The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 has reared its head again in Europe, where approximately three weeks ago, it turned up in Poland, but has now arrived in Sweden. For folks living in Europe, you might want to keep your fingers crossed, hoping that this would bode the beginning of what is to come – that is, the continued rollout of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to all Samsung Galaxy S3 owners across the continent of Europe. After all, the update did already arrive in South Korea as we reported, and would definitely be making its way to the US in due time as well. Hmmm, is this starting to sound more and more like a global zombie outbreak news report instead of an operating system update piece?


The Android 4.1.1 build I9300XXDLIH is the one that surfaced for folks in Sweden, where the CSC (Consumer Software Customization) for this particular release is I9300VDSDLI1 that does seem to indicate that it is for use in unbranded handsets. Should you happen to own a compatible device and have the cojones to perform the unofficial update, you can make an attempt to flash the firmware via ODIN, although there is no harm in checking on Kies just in case it’s available there as well.

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