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Consider this thread your one place to chat, moan and guess when the jelly bean update will come out, or anything else related to jellybean on the SGS3.

I need everyones help to keep this thread somewhat sane, report any trolling or flaming and don't respond to it.

All other threads on this topic will be closed.

Keep all your posts in this thread polite and make sure you follow the rules. I have bolded a few points.

For all your JB OTA needs, see this thread

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Nice!

I'll start. I dont think JB for our devices will show today for some reason. I think it will be a week or 2 yet.
 
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Somehow,i have the same feeling about this also...
But i'll just keep checking the forums...LIKE A MADMAN!

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As much as I'd love it if the update comes on the 29th I won't hold my breath. Updates never seem to happen when they are rumoured to be happening unfortunately.

I could be wrong but I can't personally remember any that came out on the date they were rumoured other than Apple crap that is released on known dates
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Hi everyone. Wanted to know..will I lose my pictures and other files if I upgrade to Jellybean?
 
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Hi everyone. Wanted to know..will I lose my pictures and other files if I upgrade to Jellybean?
Unless you choose to do a factory reset then no.

However, as always with updating firmware, always back your stuff up. You never know!
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Thanks for this sticky lets keep the boards clean

On topic: I'll be checking for JB tomorrow in case the rumors are true, here's hoping (watch an ICS update come with a version number similar to the JB leaks just to troll us)
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Good idea with the thread
I was getting a little frustrated with all the "Jellybean update now!" threads that had me thinking it had arrived!
I am looking forward to it though, I'm guessing within the next few weeks...

I've played around with a couple of the leaked JB ROMs, but I'm currently going through a phase of enjoying a completely stock experience, so I'm eager for JB to arrive.
 
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Good job, admin! The SGS3 forum desperately needed some cleaning up! Try going over to the HTC One X forums. Theirs is all clean!
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I've heard that the Stock JB for Galaxy S3 I9300 will be released today. But nothing came out but the Latest Leaked Version: LH8...
What's happening????(((((

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