T-Mobile USA is pushing out Jelly Bean update to its old yet faithful smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S2. Available through Samsung’s KIES software utility, the new 756MB update will bump the Android software version up to 4.1.2 while have it sitting with base-band version T989UVMC6.
It’s worth mentioning that due to large file cramp, the update is not rolling out over-the-air (OTA).
The update for Magenta-bound Galaxy S2 phone is coming out around a week and a half after Sprint’s variant of the device was upgraded.
Samsung began rolling out the update for the handset in early January, though.
Alongside Google Now, the latest S2 Jelly Bean update will bring new TouchWiz and support for offline voice recognition under the hood. That’s not all though, as phone owners can also look forward to smoother performance — thanks to the “Project Butter”. You will also get the improved notifications which means more information and more options directly from the drop-down notification shade.
If you’re toting the Magenta-flavored version of the Galaxy S2, it’s time for you to fire up the KIES software in your PC and then plug your gadget in soon thereafter.