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Friday, 20 July 2012 09:18

Nexus S Jelly Bean update hits Pakistan

Written by Fudzilla staff



Just in time for Ramadan


It appears that Nexus S users in Pakistan will be able to enjoy a fresh dessert for Iftar, although we’re not sure jelly beans qualify as dates.

Pakistan is one of the first countries to receive the Jelly Bean OTA update and according to AndroidCentral, the update is already available for download on Google servers. The JRO03E update seems to cover both i9023 and i9020 models, it’s 114MB heavy and it will bring Android 4.1.1 to these relatively old devices.

This is a far cry from the Nexus S Ice Cream Sandwich update, which was delayed and dragged on for months. Hopefully Google learned from its mistakes and Jelly Bean is not as comprehensive as ICS, so hopefully we will not see a repeat of the ICS debacle.

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