Galaxy SII Will Upgrade to Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) from Spain

Which was the flagship of Samsung in 2011 may already be a little happier, and users is that the wait was worth. Finally upgrading to Android 4.1 for the Galaxy SII has finally arrived with all the benefits of Jelly Bean.

And has done nothing less than before and starting from Spain. That’s why now you can upgrade your free terminals via OTA (over-the-air) or via the desktop software Kies Samsung provided for such purposes.

The version of the firmware in question is the 4.1.2 and its name is JZO54K, of origin Spain and compatible with many other countries in Europe. Changes which receive are both Android and Samsung’s own additive.

Thus, in addition to the functions which are, as Project Butter to make our more fluid terminal, the new bar of notifications or Google Now, have a lot of additives from the Galaxy SIII Note II as they are the new user interface, improvements in the camera, new screen shortcuts lock or others as Direct Call, Smart Stay and pop-up functions Play.

With this update, Samsung finally makes the leap that many asked when was it updated to Ice Cream Sandwich. And if your phone is not free, you can follow the same steps that when upgraded it to this version, using own firmware that you can find on the page of SamMobile.

I leave you with a picture gallery of as it should be this smartphone after its upgrade, after which this smartphone still fits great war that give.

See complete Gallery» 4.1.2 Galaxy SII (16 photos)