Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) released for Nexus S

I’ll keep this short and sweet by saying that Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) really impressed me when I reviewed it earlier in the week for the Galaxy Nexus, but now, it looks like Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) has finally arrived for the Nexus S, and strangely enough, the first OTA update went live in Pakistan of all places.

Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) is the latest revision of Android which drastically changes the way the OS runs, at no cost of battery or performance. It features a new notification system, the amazing Google Now voice searching feature, and some awesome changes to accessibility settings. The full changelog for the update can be found here.

Of course, getting a hold of the link and the update for the Nexus S isn’t all that hard. The update is about 114MB and can be applied to devices from all the regions worldwide, so get downloading it now using the source link below. 

Enjoy the new Android flavor, guys and girls.

Source: Google

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lol. I wonder when would be released for S2... I cant believe a two years old phone has better and frequently updates than anothers phones.

XDA, baby! 4.1.1 is out for the Captivate, yes, the original Galaxy S. There's still some things to be ironed out (CM 10 is the base), but it's available for download.

It would be nice to get an official update OTA, though.

ThePitt said,
lol. I wonder when would be released for S2... I cant believe a two years old phone has better and frequently updates than anothers phones.

Go to XDA, I think you'll find what you're looking for. You will need to be rooted and have CWMR (Clockwork Mod Recovery) installed.