Google has officially announced that the full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK is now available to download for developers.

The company released a preview version of the kit at its Google I/O 2012 conference back in June, but according to Phandroid, the latest release has been polished up, and brings with it "loads of bug fixes and patches." If you've been having issues with the preview, then, you'll definitely want to grab the update — which you can download now via your SDK Manager.

In addition to this release, Google has also released the SDK Tools 20.0.1 update, which includes the complete set of development and debugging tools for the SDK. Like the new SDK, this update brings a whole host of bug fixes.

Source: Phandroid