14 responses

  1. Lance

    Well by the time my phone gets the update I would have already gotten another phone sometime before summer. Plus they don’t need to keep the same name for phones its been hard to find any info on my Droid Razr Maxx it keeps coming up with the Droid Razr Maxx HD

    • steve

      At today business, they need to sell more and new phones , not update old…

      • Michael

        I complety disagree . these phone are capable of running pretty much anything if you are technical. its the UI the manufactures lay over android that causes the delay in OTA release. I am using a droid bionic running icarus 1.7.2 ics based rom with run substantially faster than my HTC rezound, only difference is the scren on the rezound is nicer.

  2. mare

    No JB for the Bionic until next year? I might have another phone by then it “ain’t” going to be Motorola or Verizon. At least ICS is running great with no complaints whatsoever.

    • jared

      I didn’t think another Motorola phone would be good but I decided to give it another shot and I’m glad I did completley different Motorola

  3. thomasmc

    What a joke. Most phones still have Gingerbread, and won’t get 4.1 until 4.5 is out, if ever.

  4. efi900cat

    I got the Sprint 4.1.1 Jellybean update this morning Nov 12th at 5:30am. baseband ver L710VPBLJ7 Kernel ver 3.0.31-329968 Build num JRO03L.L710VPBLJ7 Hardware verL710.14

  5. charles

    I remember when I had the Samsung Fascinate, that it was the last android phone to get the Froyo 2.2 update, which was a huge deal because it was the first version of the Android OS that had Adobe Flash reading capabilities, essentially removing the last big restriction on internet browsing. The rumors flooded the web as to why Samsung and Verizon could not reach an agreement to get Fascinate users the update. Owners of the Fascinate were furious being the last kids on the block to get Froyo. I guess the point I’m getting at is…if you are an owner of a Samsung phone, don’t expect to be first in line with the list of manufacturers listed above. The good thing is, ICS is plenty good, so I don’t expect Samsung users will have the same rage they did over not getting Froyo.

  6. Stephen

    Adam, you clearly didn’t read the statement that HTC released. They said devices with 512MB of RAM or less like the One V and Desire C won’t be getting Jelly bean.


  7. Chris G.

    I woke up this morning to see the screen of my Galaxy SII sgh-t989 (t-mobile) saying, “Downloading… Do not turn off target”. It’s still going. I am hoping that this is the jelly bean update

    • Chris G

      False alarm, my phone got stuck in some weird mode

  8. jim

    i was excited about this update, but now (FIVE MONTHS LATER) i just hate google, htc, and tmobile…because they are assholes who come out with products, while being unprepared for their own releases, and do so soley to be able to use the “active technology (2.7%) ” to state on their commercials how “capable” their phones are….trash ass phones, with trash ass software, might as well go back to an iPhone and deal with the arrogant children that work for the apple stores.

  9. Pete

    Why do people just keep regurgitating the same information over and over again web page after web pageā€¦ about time they actually come up with something of their own..
    This sites and this information is a waste of time, TELL US SOMETHING WE WANT TO KNOW, WHAT DATE IS IT GOING TO BE RELEASED !!!

  10. Rich Young

    Jellybean. 4.1 has been released in USA for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 on December 8. This is NOT ota (over the air). It must be installed using Samsung Kies program on computer with USB cable and fully charged phone. If phone is less than 50% it will not start the firmware update.

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