The Samsung Stratosphere 2 Gets Android 4.1 Jelly Bean


Samsung Stratosphere 2 owners have started receiving the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, which adds a whole bunch of new features to their devices, including Google Now, folders, voice search, and more.

Various software upgrades have been made by Samsung, such as improvements to Wi-Fi connectivity, improvements when sending and receiving text messages, improvements in connectivity when streaming music on Pandora, along with an update for Quick Office which allows users to use S Beam without downloading an external app.

In addition to this, there are also many other upgrades that come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean; there are various notification centre enhancements, implementation of widgets, the ability for users to create folders for their apps, voice search, and Google Now. Verizon has also made an effort to remove the bloatware that comes preloaded on your device, which is also nice.

There are many other improvements for your device available in this update — to see them all take a look at the image below, published by Verizon on its website.


Find out more about the update by hitting the source link below.