Samsung has had a fun time upgrading everyone’s Samsung Galaxy S2 to Jelly Bean lately, and yet another variant has been added to the mix. AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket is now getting Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and with it comes the usual round of software enhancements and improvements that’s making everyone happy. Things like Project Butter, Google Now, Nature UX, an improved camera, an upgraded notification bar, new lock screen and more are all part of this extravaganza.
Those interested in the upgrade can grab it through Kies or via an over-the-air upgrade. The latter route will warrant you turning on that WiFi radio, and you’ll want to get your battery charged up to at least 50% either way. Give it a whirl and see just how much a software upgrade can do to revive a two-year-old smartphone.
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.