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Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) was announced at Google I|O 2012 on June 27, 2012.

(You can review the high level changes in Android 4.1 at the official Android Developer's site.)

Of course, not all devices will get this update right away and others won't get it at all. Each manufacturer and carrier often choose to add their custom modifications which tend to delay the official release.

When will each device get Android 4.1, either officially or unofficially, if ever?

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JBQ has made the source to Android 4.1 available around 48hours ago and CM are "merging" manually the changes to the source base. – t0mm13b Jul 11 '12 at 18:38
Here's an article from Android Central which talks a bit about why updates aren't just automatically added to devices that can probably handle it as well as some speculation about some popular and recent devices. – Al E. Jul 11 '12 at 23:07
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This community wiki will list all of the known and rumored dates for devices. If you have an update make sure to follow the format that's been established, and the following guidelines:

  1. Keep phones in alphabetical order listing the manufacturer and model
  2. Specify if the date is confirmed or rumored and link to the source
  3. If there is an unofficial release, link to the site where it can be downloaded

Note that devices that do not meet Google's Compatibility Definition will not receive a Google-sanctioned update. In the case of the major manufacturers and many others, that means they won't release an update at all since Google's certification is important to their business.





Nexus S


Desire C

One S

One V

One VX

One X

One XL


Optimux 4X HD (P880)

Optimus G


A110 Canvas 2



  • Released to Verizon customers March 19, 2013 (confirmed)









Epic 4G Touch

  • Official (via Samsung Kies): 2013-03-28 (confirmed)

Galaxy Ace 2

Galaxy Nexus

Galaxy Note N7000

Galaxy S II

Galaxy S III

  • Official (Verizon Wireless) 15-Dec-2012 (confirmed)
  • "Confirmed" 29-August-2012 (international models specifically)
  • Official (Sweden, Norway and Denmark): October 2012 (facebook post via GSMArena)
  • Official (Bell, Rogers, Sasktel, Telus, and associated brands in Canada): December 3, 2012 (twitter post)
  • Official (Mobilicity, Vidéotron and Wind Mobile in Canada) - December 14, 2012 (twitter post)

Galaxy Stellar

  • Official: March 2, 2013 (source)


2011 line up (Xperia Arc S, Ray, Mini (pro), Neo (V), ...)

  • Declined by Sony UK for the top model Arc S (source)

Xperia T, TX, V

Xperia P, J, Go)

Xperia S, SL, ion, acro S

Xperia U, Miro, Tipo, Sola

Xperia TL



Iconia Tab A500


Transformer TF101 + SL101

Transformer TF201 + TF300T + TF700T

Transformer Pad TF300


Thinkpad Tablet



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Why the rollback? There are separate entries for US operators, I thought it would be relevant to have separate entries for european users also. – onik Jul 20 '12 at 16:13
I rolled it back because the edit summary said it was adding a separate Verizon entry and there already is one. Go ahead and restore the change. Note, though, that most "normal" users aren't going to know what build codes are or what they mean. – Al E. Jul 20 '12 at 16:30
That's true, exactly why I wrote and answered this question. And if one goes searching for information on how to upgrade before OTA, one is bound to bump into the matter. – onik Jul 20 '12 at 16:48

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