We already have the rumor of a suggested Jelly Bean firmware update for the Verizon Galaxy S3 on December 14th. While there are still a few days delegated affirm the news, we have one more Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware leak by XDA member Open1your1eyes0.

In fact, the leak is in the type of a stock factory picture that has been customized as well as include unlocked bootloader, pre-root as well as CWM healing or TWRP Recovery, pre-installed. Wow! now that’s what we can phone call a stock firmware in the guise of a custom ROM!

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What is even more fantastic is that the modded factory picture VRBLK3 (dated Nov. 30) has No wipe attribute. It means, flashing it will not erase any type of of your data kept on the device.

To inspect what the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware has to offer, watch out this video:

Downloads as well as Instructions:

To set up the leaked Jelly Bean ROM to your Verizon Galaxy S3, download the complying with data as well as comply with the instructions. If you want to set up the stock firmware only download Stock VRBLK3 factory picture without any data Wipe only as well as comply with the very first tutorial under exactly how to set up head.

Samsung Verizon USB Drivers

Odin v3.07

SuperSU + Galaxy S III Unlocked Bootloader

VRBLK3 Bootchain with ClockworkMod Touch healing

VRBLK3 Bootchain with TWRP healing

Stock VRBLK3 factory picture without any data Wipe

How to Install:

To flash the factory picture to your Galaxy S3, download the “Stock VRBLK3 factory picture without any data Wipe” and refer to this detailed tutorial.

To set up a custom healing (CWM or TWRP) on your Verizon Galaxy S3, checked out this tutorial (use the data downloaded from this page).

To root as well as unlock the bootloader, copy the zip to SD Card on your phone, turn on USB Debugging from Settings> designer Options, reboot the gadget into healing mode, as well as flash the “SuperSU + Galaxy S III Unlocked Bootloader.zip” via “install zip from sd card” choice in CWM.

Source: XDA

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