After Google pushed the Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean OTA update at I/O and released the Nexus 7 factory image for download, XDA developers have been hard at work porting the new version of Android to their favorite smartphones.
The HTC One X already got it, and now it’s turn for Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III to follow suit. Both ROMs are into alpha versions, which is understandable, since the official Jelly Bean source code for smartphones isn’t yet available, and some of the Android 4.1 features are buggy.
Nevertheless, they are stable enough for you to flash and enjoy them, if you are into custom ROMs. Here’s a video an XDA member has made showcasing how the Galaxy S II handles Jelly Bean.
Follow the source links below for more information on where to download and how to flash Jelly Bean onto the Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III.