A lot of people around the world have been waiting for the Android 4.1, also known as Jelly Bean, update for their Samsung Galaxy S III. And the South Korean company has indeed started rolling out the awesome update, already released as an over the air (OTA) update in Poland. But for Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III users in the United States, the update could be delayed, due to carrier testing and stuff. But don’t lose your heart, because the ROM is almost ready and probably will be released very soon.
But if you are the kind of person who just cannot sit around waiting till your carrier decides that it’s the right time for you to enjoy the latest operating system, there is a way around. The Jelly Bean ROM of Sprint Galaxy S III has been leaked on XDA Developers, as always, and you could be one of the early adopters of the operating system, if you are ready to void your warranty that is.
You should know that, rooting and installing a custom ROM on your smart phone will void your warranty. And in the process of rooting and installing a custom ROM, if you happen to brick your smart phone, you are just out of luck.
The new ROM leaked, however, holds a lot of awesome stuff to make you void your device’s warranty. To begin with, the awesome, buttery smooth, Project Butter, which promises to make your smart phone work as smooth as butter. Then, the really cool voice assisted virtual assistant, Google Now, which gives you almost any info you want with just voice commands. And for those of you who love the Samsung custom overlay on Android, this ROM is based on TouchWiz, having all the awesome apps that Samsung offers.
So what are you waiting for? Download the ROM and flash it today, at your own risks that is. You can find the XDA thread over here.
Source: Phone Arena