Android ICS ROM For Galaxy S II Leaks, T-Mo's S II Gets An Update

By 12:43 Tue, 13 Jul 2021 Comments

There are some exciting software news about the Samsung Galaxy S II - an Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) Read-Only Memory (ROM) leaked for the international version of the phone and T-Mobile USA's phone is getting an update that adds Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) calling correct now.

The ICS Read-Only Memory (ROM) is still a work in progress and has problems but it's an fascinating see of what we can expect when Samsung finishes up it work. It's fascinating becautilize you can hardly disclose the phone made the jump from Android v2.3 to v4.0 (actually, the Read-Only Memory (ROM) is v4.0.1).

The most impressive bit is the recent task switcher - actually, you can dismiss apps with a single swipe, which turns it into a task manager. The web browser has been slightly redesigned and there's a face unlock feature.

Check out this demo video to see the differences yourself:

You can download the firmware from SamMobile, and of course, proceed at your own risk.

As for T-Mobile's update, it brings Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) calling and some bug fixes relating to the battery and caller ID. The update will bring the firmware to build version T989VUVKL1 and Android 2.3.5.

It's available correct now over the air or you can utilize Kies Mini to update through your computer.

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