Brand New Jelly Bean Official ROM Leaked For the Galaxy SIII

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  • 21 Aug 2012
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  • Samsung is one of the manufacturers expected to publish updates for its flagship smartphones in a short period of time. There isn’t that much of a difference between Ice Cream Sandwich and the newest Jelly Bean version of the OS, in terms of developer work. Still, Android 4.1 brings many improvements users are anxious to try out, once the new software becomes available for their device.

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    A short time has passed since the first major leak for the Galaxy SIII, of an official Jelly Bean ROM. Users were given the opportunity to try out the latest features of the OS by flashing the test version Samsung has prepared. XDA Developers got their hands on another Android 4.1 build for the Galaxy SIII. I think it’s safe to assume this is a version closer to the final release. The new version build number is XXDLH6  dated 2012.08.21.

    To flash the new ROM you will need to running the latest official OTA update of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich from Samsung. Once these requirements have been met you can flash the new ROM using Odin. Head over to the XDA Developers dedicated thread for detailed installing instructions and user opinions.

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