Last month, Vodafone Australia was forced to delay the Jelly Bean update for the Nexus S indefinitely, citing concerns over “Australian regulatory requirements related to emergency calls.”
Now it seems that they have worked out all the issues and are pushing out an over-the-air update to happy Nexus S users.
Just when Nexus S owners down under got themselves mentally psyched for some buttery goodness, Vodafone Australia comes out and says just kidding!!—- it’s not quite ready yet! Due to some regulatory issues it has to overcome and comply with, the anticipated Jelly Bean update is indeed delayed.
Hey people, i am about to get vodafone sim only deal on a 4G tariff and just wanted to know if the 4G will connect on the nexus 4. I know there is a tweak that can be done to activate 4G but im in the UK. If anybody has any help or advice then that would be appreciated
Google announced that AT T will begin selling the Google-branded Samsung Nexus S smartphone for $100 on contract through Best Buy July 24. Meanwhile, a Samsung executive revealed to the press that the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone -- which, like the Nexus S runs Android 2.3 -- will launch in the U.S. in August....
For many of us Sydney, Australia isn’t just a hop, skip and a jump away. So being present for this upcoming live launch event of the Samsung Galaxy S III is most likely out of reach. Thanks to the interwebs and the kindness of Vodafone Australia, we won’t have to miss the event. Vodafone will be streaming this even live for the rest of the world to view.