As we recall from the recent report, Sprint is the first US carrier to carry an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update in its version of Samsung Galaxy S2, the Epic 4G Touch. As the carrier launched this new update, many were curious which carrier will do the same thing. Some users of AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon were hoping for this update but at the end of the day, they got nothing from the aforementioned carriers as they continue to remain silent about this matter.
Because of the latest blast, Sprints version isn’t the only SGS2 Smartphone who receives software update of Android Jelly Bean since Alltel’s version can also be made available for download that will bring the device up to date, skipping Android Cream Sandwich. Yes, you heard it right! For SGS2 owners via Alltel, this is great news for you.
Even if it is not the latest version of Android, still the satisfaction can be achieved because of the cool features it introduces like Google Now and Project Butter. With Google Now feature, you can get useful info from the device through your voice. As with Project Butter, it significantly improves the phone’s performance, stability and more.
However, owners of SGS2 cannot update directly from the Smartphone. Since the file is too large, it is required to use a PC and proceed with the process via Simple Upgrade Tool from Samsung. For those who don’t have PC, you’ll need to ask for someone who has for you to begin and finish the process. You may visit the Alltel dealership and ask for assistance.