Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G owners on Sprint’s network are now getting a bite of Jelly Bean.
Thanx to Karla Berruz for screen shot
As of yesterday, Android 4.1.1, aka Jelly Bean, has been available for Nexus users through OTA an over-the-air update. Owners of the Samsung phone can follow the steps on Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus update page to download and install the latest version if they don’t already have it.
The Nexus S 4G is also getting the Jelly Bean treatment over Sprint’s network. Like the update for the Galaxy Nexus, this one is available over the air. Users will receive a message asking whether to install the update now or later. Choosing to install it later will trigger reminders once or twice each day until it’s installed.
To manually install go HERE to download image file form Android Authority site!
Jelly Bean Running On Nexus S 4G
Original Post by: Lance Whitney at CNET
A software update for PHOTON 4G by Motorola is now available. The software update PHOTON 4G_MR5 (4.5.1A-1_SUN-254_12.Sprint.en.US) (45.4.12.MB855.Sprint.en.US) should be installed for peak performance.This brand new update should now be pushing out to users on the Now Network. The new OTA (over the air) update has Improved:
– More easily import contacts from SD card.
– Improved music playback, both streaming from Amazon Cloud or Internet Radio services and music saved to the
phone – minimizes occasional skips or -repeats
– Enhancements for WiFi hotspot in GSM/UMTS mode and adding new WiFi connections.
– Now supports 1080p HD video capture, and enhanced video settings for more responsive playback.
– Easier creating and accepting calendar meeting notices on the phone.
Find more details over at Sprint.
Originaly published by Quentyn Kennemer-Phandroid