Nexus S may be getting Jelly Bean update rollout in the next few days

Nexus S may be getting Jelly Bean update rollout in the next few days

One of the advantages of having a Nexus device is getting (most of the time) updates before other devices. It looks like that may continue to hold true, and the highly anticipated Android 4.1 update may be coming to the Nexus S in the next couple of days.

Vodaphone Australia has said on their blog about the update:

Approved by Vodafone, roll out by Google scheduled for 1:00pm AEST, 19th July 2012. Keep an eye on our blog for further information.

then, we have SFR France saying;

However, the deployment is slightly delayed on the Nexus S! Jelly Bean should be deployed July 18, 2012!

Judging by this, we can hope to see the Jelly Bean update coming to US Nexus S devices as well. Keep an eye out, and we’ll let you know about any updates on this. Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

via sfr | vodaphone

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9 Comments

  1. Bill
    July 18, 08:08 Reply

    I’m still waiting on ICS for my Nexus S, so I really don’t believe in the whole nexus gets it first thing anymore.

    • derk p
      July 18, 08:18 Reply

      lol really? what network are you on?

        • Alex
          July 18, 22:37 Reply

          I have been in the same situation… got ICS immediately after I inserted non-AT&T SIM into the phone. (I am guessing it does not even have to be an active SIM, the update happened over WiFi anyway.) I have to conclude it is AT&T who is screwing with ICS update. Obviously I have plans to do the same with JB update.

        • derk p
          July 19, 09:55 Reply

          try taking your SIM out and updating and then check for updates over wi-fi.

    • Christopher Kelly
      July 18, 19:44 Reply

      Why don’t you just download it and flash it on there? You can flash the official rom! Why are you waiting on the OTA?

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