Another Samsung device that is poised to make the transition to Jelly Bean territory is the Galaxy S2. The update is currently being rolled out in Canada, which comes quick on the heels of another Samsung device getting the Jelly Bean treatment in Canada, the Galaxy Note. However, the update for the S2 is only applicable to Bell customers, and the device in particular is the Galaxy S2 LTE HD.
However, in a bizarre turn of events, the intimation that Bell made via its Facebook page pertaining to the Jelly Bean update now being made available has since been removed. The Facebook post mentioned about the update to be availed of via Samsung Kies. It’s not known as of now if the requisite files are still there for the taking though it’s definitely work making a check.
So all it would require is attaching your Galaxy S2 device to a PC via the USB cable and initiating the update process. And if you need reason to bump your device to the newest Android version, well there are many. Like the latest Android build comes with a lot of improvements and enhancements that makes for a smooth and stable operation of the device.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean also incorporates features that were envisioned as part of the Project Butter project that Google had initiated. This has resulted in the device running faster than on any previous version of the Android operating system. The notification area too has been revamped in the Jelly Bean version that also brings along a nice cool feature, Google Now, an intelligent personal assistant application that aims to provide the user will all the information that is asked of it. These apart, other feature to look forward to include Popup Play and so on.