Samsung device owners have been experiencing Christmas early, as Samsung has been rolling out updates for Jelly Bean all over the place. They haven’t stopped yet though, as they have just updated the Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean in the United Kingdom. Just back in September, Samsung released a roadmap of updates revealing that the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 would be receiving Jelly Bean, although dates were not set. Later on we did here hints that we’d be seeing a lot of updating happening in December though.
If you’re in the United Kingdom and you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, you’ll be able to update your device via a Kies or even OTA (Over the Air). Jelly Bean is definitely on the way for a lot of devices this month, as Canada and the U.S. also got the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III (although, only AT&T has pushed out the Jelly Bean update via Kies, Verizon still has yet to make a move). Hopefully by the end of the month most of the world will have Jelly Bean on their newer Samsung devices.
And hey, some rumors are still going around that Android 4.2 is currently in development for the Galaxy Note 2. Maybe we’ll see that update surface for various devices in the coming months as well! These are just rumors though, but I definitely wouldn’t discount the idea.
Are you a lucky owner of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 in the UK? Has your device seen the Jelly Bean update? If you’ve gotten already, make sure to let us know how it’s faring for you!
source: Android Central
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