Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on Vodafone Network Down Under Hits Speedbreaker

July 20, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, since the day it said ‘hi’ to everybody officially, has been the most sought platform among the Android fans.

Those who happen to be in the part of the globe called Australia and was subscribed to the Vodafone network were very happy these days since the network was slated to be the first ever carrier in the globe to roll out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to users on their network.

But alas, dreams never come true just like that. The latest announcement from the Australian carrier informs that the network will be delaying the update due to some technical problem with the update which was detected at the last minute.

According to the latest blog post on its official blog, the carrier admits that they have found that the update does not comply with the requirements set forward by the national agencies for making emergency calls.

The blog post blames the delay on a software issue which does not make the update fit the requirements set by the regulatory authorities.

To make things worse for the Android fans who have waited patiently so far, the carrier says that they is not sure when they can resume the halted update roll on its network. However, they have promised to shoot a post on to the official blog, so we may stay tuned.

However, it seems that at least some users on the network got the update according to the posts in the network carrier’s forum. But it is yet to be officially confirmed.

So if you are keen to get news on the update, stay tuned.

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