Jelly Bean for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III is now live

The wait for Jelly Bean is finally over for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III users. After months and months of waiting and watching smaller carriers like T-Mobile push out their Jelly Beans, SGS III users on AT&T can finally get in on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. This makes AT&T the third major US carrier to release Jelly Bean to its Galaxy S III units, after Sprint at the end of October and T-Mobile last month.

At this stage there is no over-the-air option, you will have to use Kies to get the update. Just install the latest version of Samsung's proprietary software, connect your Galaxy S III and check for updates. A 738MB update should be there waiting for you.

After the update procedure is done, your Galaxy S III will be running on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and the latest TouchWiz UI on top of it. Here’s some of the things you can look forward to in Samsung’s TouchWiz’d Jelly Bean:

  • Pop Up Play can be resized and paused
  • Introduction of Easy Mode: large Easy widgets (for first-time smartphone users)
  • Introduction of Blocking Mode: disable incoming calls, notifications, alarms, and LED indicators for a designated period of time
  • Introduction of Swype Keyboard (bundled)
  • AllShare Cast Wireless Hub support
  • NFC One Touch Pairing Support: pair a supported Bluetooth device via NFC
  • New camera/camcorder filters: warm vintage, cold vintage, black and white, sepia, color highlights(blue, green, red/yellow), and many more.
  • Pause and resume recording
  • Low light mode (uses HDR)

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