While Samsung Galaxy S3 owners are still eagerly awaiting the release of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, it looks like for those who’d rather not wait and want a more stable ROM for their Galaxy S3 devices, Samsung has recently released the source code for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the international version of the device. This might not mean much to the regular user, but for developers it could mean creating more stable ROMs which can then be enjoyed by the end user.
Like we said earlier, this is for the international version of the Galaxy S3 which means that those who are locked to carriers in the US will not be able to enjoy this, but if your Galaxy S3 model is the LTE GT-i9305 variant, then it looks like more stable ROMs can be expected in the future. For those who are interested in downloading the source code to take a peek or perhaps to develop, you will be able to find the download via Samsung’s website.
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