Just can’t wait for the official Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 to come barreling down the pipeline? If you are the owner of Samsung’s flagship smartphone on Sprint’s network, you can take Android 4.1 for a spin now. The official update has leaked for the carrier’s SPH-L710 by way of XDA Forums complete with Samsung’s custom TouchWiz interface. This the JRO03L build of Jelly Bean, Android 4.1.1.
As would be expected, the folks at XDA have already created a few variants on the ROM, including Odex and DeOdexed versions while adding in root access by default. This doesn’t appear to be a final build, as users have reported issues with the stock browser, Google Now, and the phone’s gyroscope sensor. Head on over to the source link below for more details and download links.
[via XDA Forums | Thanks, Eric!]
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