The Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean ROM leaks continue and today we get the latest iteration, version XXDLI5. Early adopters have reported no major bugs so far, so we might be getting near to an official release.
Keep in mind, that while the ROM is Samsung-made it’s not meant for public distribution and installing it will void your warranty. That said, the XXDLI5 Jelly Bean ROM for the Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III is the most stable so far and is fully capable of serving as your daily driver.
If you want to give it a try, you can find the required files and a handy step-by-step tutorial over at the source link. Once again – proceed at your own risk and only if you know what you are doing.
Those of you not willing to go the manual flash way, may want to check out our Galaxy S III Jelly Bean preview to have an idea of what to expect when the update finally starts seeding officially. The preview is based on the previously leaked XXDLI2 ROM, but it still covers all the new features that the Android 4.1 update brings to the Samsung flagship.