The Jelly Bean leaks continue today, and now we’re looking at the Android 4.1.2 version for the SPH-D710, also known as the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, or Sprint’s Galaxy S2 model.
Sxtpdevelopers has download links and instructions that can help you install this unofficial ROM, if you so desire, on your Sprint Galaxy S2 and try out Jelly Bean well ahead of its official roll out. Naturally, keep in mind that we don’t encourage you to install any unofficial software on your devices, and that everything that happens during, or after such procedures is entirely your responsibility.
That said, what we’re mostly interested in today is the fact that the leak could end up being the final Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OTA for Sprint’s Galaxy S2:
POSSIBLY THIS BUILD WILL BE OTA INSIDE SOURCES TELL US. [sic]
Word on the street is that Samsung is almost done with the Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update, and that we’ll see it rolled out in the near future, quite possibly by the end of the year.
We’ll be back with more details once we have them. Are you going to install this leaked firmware?