Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 gets ICS 4.0.3 Update
Google launched its newest operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 with the eagerly awaited Galaxy Nexus/Prime. Ever since, the Android community, developers, users and fans have been anticipating the official release or a port of ICS for their android devices.
For the Samsung Galaxy S II i9100 owners, the wait is over as the year 2012 brought glad tidings of the Ice Cream Sandwich update.
Though there had been Android 4.0 leaks in December last year, the firmwares were still in alpha stage, the beta firmwares started rolling out this month. The firmwares are getting more and more stable and suitable for daily usage with the release of each new beta firmware. The latest firmware releases include I9100XXKPA, I9100XXLP1, I9100XXLP2 for European region.
Since the releases are NOT official, there are few glitches and flaws which are dramatically reduced with each new release. The official release date of ICS for Galaxy S II i9100 has not been officially announced by the Korean manufacturer, however rumour has it, Samsung Electronics will release ICS update officially for Galaxy S2 i9100 before the end of the first quarter of 2012.
In addition to the beta version of the firmwares, multiple custom roms for Galaxy S2 i9100, based on ICS 4.0 are also surfacing the internet; the most famous ones include Cyanogenmod 9 and MIUI v4.
So the bold and geeky start flashing right away!
Note: XXKP4, XXKP8, XXKPA, XXLP1, XXLP2 are the custom based kernel and will count the custom counter which will void the warranty.
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