Anyone remember that FCC complaint we showed you last week? The one filed by a consumer against Verizon for blocking Google Wallet? Anyone remember the official response by Verizon? No? Let me refresh your memory.
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One of the standout features of the Galaxy Note II happens to be its Multi Window view. Unfortunately, not every Note II model currently has this feature available to it. T-Mobile has been dragging its feet with the update but will finally push it out to users come this Wednesday December 19th.
I’m happy to announce yet another Jelly Bean update rolling out. Owners of the AT&T Motorola Atrix HD should start to see the update hit their device sometime today. If you haven’t received it yet, you can always check to see if it’s available by heading into Settings>About Phone>Software Updates.
Getting an update on Verizon is like being picked last in a game of pickup basketball. Nevertheless, Verizon has announced that it will begin pushing out Jelly Bean to the Galaxy S III tomorrow. The update is set to go out in phases so don’t freak out if you don’t get it right away.
In case you haven’t heard, Jelly Bean began rolling out to the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE today. Not only does it bring all the goodies of Android 4.1.1, but it also includes Sense 4+ — for those of you that are into that sort of thing. If the update hasn’t hit your device yet, you might want to head over to Settings>System updates>HTC Software Update>Check now and give that a go.
Twitter user @Football4PDA tweeted out a short list of HTC devices believed to be receiving Jelly Bean. The list contains the codenames of current HTC devices and includes the:
We have some great news for all you AT&T Galaxy S III owners out there. A handful of users are reporting that Jelly Bean is now available via Kies. No need to wait for an official announcement from AT&T, simply update to the latest version of Kies, plug in your Galaxy S III and let the fun begin.
While I should be used to this by now, I just can’t help but feel depressed every time a new Android distribution chart comes out. You see, way too many devices are left running outdated versions of Android and it’s really the average consumer who ends up getting the shaft.
Are you upset that Verizon felt the need to key its name into your shiny new device? No worries, Spigen SGP has you covered! What exactly am I talking about? Well, Verizon decided to cram its logo onto the tiny home button of the Galaxy Note II and it looks hideous.
Verizon has some good news for all you Motorola DROID RAZR HD/MAXX HD owners out there. Beginning next week, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) will begin rolling out in phases. Users will finally be able to take advantage of all the great features introduced in Jelly Bean such as Google Now, expandable notifications, and more.