Sprint Galaxy Victory 4G LTEFrequent firmware leaker Samsung-Updates has just put up a preliminary leak of the Jelly Bean OTA for the Galaxy Victory 4G on Sprint. The device launched back in September of last year, disappointingly so when we saw just Ice Cream Sandwich on board. What we're looking at here though is software version L300VPALJ9, based on Android 4.1.1, which is a complete OTA package. We don't have a proper changelog associated with this update, which weighs in at a hefty 370MB, but that tends to be the case with leaks.

There's no indication as to whether this is what the software will look like when it officially hits, but for now it's all we've got. Sprint and Samsung have yet to publish any support documents confirming the update. If you've got a Galaxy Victory 4G and are interested in giving the latest firmware a shot, hit the source link below.

Source: Samsung-Updates; Via: Android Police


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Jelly Bean update for Sprint Galaxy Victory 4G leaks out


Finally. I upgraded to the Victory at the end of December from a rooted HTC Hero. After I bought the Victory I sort of got the feeling it would be another Hero, in terms of upgrades.

I have been waiting for this news for a very long time. It seems like I'm one of out of like 30 people who own a Victory. All I wanted is an Android phone with a smaller screen with decent specs and it seems like they are harder and harder to come by these days.

My wife has this phone (mostly because the S3 was too large for her) and I knew it was ICS, but was hoping JB would come out for it soon. I doubt she'll notice too much of a difference, but it's good they are keeping these relatively up to date.

Like I mentioned I'm very happy to hear this news. Sadly I feel it will be the last update the Victory sees. Sprint and Samsung will just move on after the update goes live. The Victory will turn into another HTC Hero where they drop the "update" support for it. I guess only time will tell.