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Android 4.3, JellyBean Update Release Date for Galaxy S4 Coming in ½ Weeks, ROM Leaks

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    Android 4.3, JellyBean on Galaxy S4
By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
October 14, 2013|11:28 am

The Android 4.3, JellyBean update release date for the Galaxy S4 will be in one to two weeks.

The software could be downloaded in the form of a new ROM that is said to be the final build of Android 4.3 for the device that will be rolling out in the coming weeks. Sam Mobile posted a tweet confirming the roll out date for the software earlier today along with a link to download the ROM for the final build.

"BREAKING Android 4.3 update Galaxy S4 is close. ½ weeks," tweeted the site.

The build number for this version is I9505XXUEMJ3.

Samsung should announce the official release date very soon. Various other reports have also pointed to an Oct. roll out for Android 4.3.

The Android 4.3, JellyBean update has begun rolling out for the AT&T version of the HTC One.

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The update is 565.7MB and is listed by the build number 3.17.502.3. It is very similar to the Sprint version of the upgrade that rolled out earlier this month.

This will bring features such as OpenGL ES 3.0 and enhanced Daydream to the handset. It will also enhance Sense 5 significantly.

This is a staged roll out so the update could take a few days to reach all AT&T users. In order to check for it users could visit Settings>About Phone> Software Update.

There is still no word on Android 4.3, JellyBean for Verizon and T-Mobile. It should be available in the coming weeks. Android Authority predicts that T-Mobile's will come next followed by Verizon shortly after.

The Android 4.3 JellyBean update for the Moto X smartphone leaked towards the end of last month.

The build was deemed incomplete by various tech outlets and is currently available for download in the XDA Developers Forum. Installing this software on the Moto X will be dangerous to those who are unfamiliar with these types of unofficial upgrades. It can also lead to the voiding of the owner's warrantee.

 

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