By Anton D. Nagy | September 9, 2012 4:42 AM
We know that the Samsung Galaxy S III will soon get its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update — actually there were rumors talking about a possible August 29 release which obviously didn’t happen — making it even faster, if possible. There were several builds leaked and we even showed you a demo of I9300XXDLI1 running on the phone.
According to SamMobile, I9300XXDLI4 is the most stable Jelly Bean leak ever for the phone; this might mean that the ROM is in a final stage and probably the public version will either be a minor version number bump or will contain just small changes. Anyways, the current build being leaked fixes all issues from previous test builds and has the following info: Android 4.1.1, PDA: I9300XXDLI4, CSC: I9300OXADLI4, Modem: I9300XXDLI4, and build date as of September 7, 2012. You need to follow the Odin way and make sure to understand the risks. This is not yet the final version, even if it’s darn close to it.
Update: You can now grab the I9300XXDLI5 test firmware leak from SamMobile.