Jelly Bean port passes the butter to the Galaxy S III, ROM flashing required

Jelly Bean port passes the butter to the Galaxy S III, ROM flashing required

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New It took only one day for devs to unleash Jelly Bean 4.1 from its server confines and out into the eager underbelly of Android's community. And those enterprising hackers haven't wasted any time getting that buttered up OS running on Galaxy Nexus handsets (yes, even for Verizon subs). Now,...
Jelly Bean port passes the butter to the Galaxy S III, ROM flashing required
                                 

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