Following the release of Jelly Bean’s source code yesterday, today Google has announced via their Nexus account on Google+ that Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 has began rolling out to supported devices. The devices to get Jelly Bean’s awesomeness first will be the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexuses and the Nexus 7.
If you’re running an official Yakju or Takju build on your HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus, you can begin checking for updates now by going to Settings>About>System updates and see if you can pull the update. If you were lucky enough to snag a Nexus 7 already, you too can start spamming your update button.
The 4.1.1 build changelog for the Nexus 7 boasts a few goodies such as performance and overall system responsiveness. The OTA update also adds Google Wallet. Users are also reporting that accessing Google Now via the swipe-up motion to be much smoother and the Google Now landing page appears slightly quicker.
When will other Nexus devices get Jelly Bean? There’s no official word, but the Google+ post did mention that the next devices to get Jelly Bean would include all Galaxy Nexuses, Nexus S, and the Motorola Xoom. Let’s all keep our fingers crossed for timely updates.
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