The Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S2 went viral from one carrier to another and on different S2 models, worldwide.
This update was initially released in January and since then had continued expanding to various S2 models. Only weeks ago, this beneficial Jelly Bean update hit various S2 sets in the U.S., including ones belonging to Alltel and Sprint. The new update has found a shelter in north now.
TELUS is the latest in Canada to be endowed with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S2 X. The news has been substantiated by Samsung and users via Twitter. Samsung KIES is deploying the new operating system. In order to receive the update, you need to plug in your smartphone’s USB cable into your PC and navigate to the referred software. OTA release is probably not going to take place, so it’s better not to wait for it.
The new OS will energize your smartphone’s performance and offer a wider range of applications. A more recent TouchWiz interface and features derived from its successor Samsung Galaxy S3 are what you will experience through this new update. A more powerful camera and a softer keypad will be offered as well. This update was rumored to have been pushed back, but finally Canadian customers of Samsung Galaxy S2 X on TELUS have gone fortunate.
An OS update is always beneficial. If you want to experience a successive OS, you need not buy the descendant set, instead download the update. Such updates were not in vogue until a few years back. This generosity of manufacturers and contracted carriers on offering your system a newer OS for free is certainly appreciable. So, just do not wait, and download the Samsung Galaxy S2 X Jelly Bean update to experience a more vivid and smarter smartphone.