Both Sprint and T-Mobile announced OTA updates for two long-forgotten handsets today stuck on Android 4.1.1 – the Samsung Nexus S and the HTC One S, respectively (that is, the Sprint Nexus S and the T-Mobile One S).
Both updates are described merely as containing security enhancements, but given that Android 4.1.1 is the only known OS version potentially vulnerable to the now-infamous heartbleed exploit, it’s fairly easy to determine what this is all about (HTC’s site actually confirms as much).
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- Sprint’s Galaxy SIII And Galaxy Nexus Receive Minor Updates
T-Mobile And Sprint Release Oddly Coincidental "Android Security" Updates To One S And Nexus S – Heartbleed Related? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.