Looks like the international Samsung Galaxy S III isn't the only model enjoying the taste of leaked Jelly Beans. Today an Android 4.1.1 (build JRO03L) update for the T-Mobile Galaxy S III leaked over on xda-developers, complete with TouchWiz and Jelly Bean goodness like a new notifications shade. Unfortunately, not everything appears to be working smoothly in this leaked build. Users that've installed the update say that Wi-Fi calling doesn't work, and others have encountered issues with things like Google Now and the device's browser.
If you're toting a T-Mobile Galaxy S III and aren't deterred by the aforementioned problems, then you can get an early taste of Magenta's GSIII Jelly Bean update right now. In order to install it, you'll need to be running the stock T999UVALH2 build of Ice Cream Sandwich on your device. As with any other type of leaked update, you should probably only install this leaked Android 4.1.1 build if you're comfortable with tinkering with your phone and don't mind a few bugs, as we here at PhoneDog aren't responsible if something goes wrong and your phone bursts into flames or does its best impersonation of a brick and just plain stops working. If you do end up giving in to your Jelly Bean hunger and installing this leaked update, our comments section below is a great place to stop by and tell us all about how it's working for you!