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Jelly Bean now available for Samsung Galaxy S III on AT&T via Kies

Zachary Lutz
12.03.12
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Good news tonight for AT&T subscribers, as a number of readers are now reporting that Samsung's update to Android 4.1.1 is now available for the Galaxy S III via Kies. We've reached out to the carrier to learn whether any specific improvements are in store, but it's not like we need to tell you that users will be immersed in the goodies of Google Now and the performance enhancements from Project Butter. Word from members of xda-developers reveals that the update weighs in at a substantial 738MB. For those keeping score, AT&T's update to Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S III follows previous deployments from Sprint and T-Mobile. With the latest outpouring of love from Ma Bell, this puts all eyes squarely on Verizon Wireless. If you're able to snag the update for yourself, be sure to toss your impressions into the comment section -- more timid users will surely appreciate it.

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