Samsung Galaxy S II And Galaxy Note To Get ICS In March

By 08:36 Tue, 13 Jul 2021 Comments

The development of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note is obviously progressing according to schedule. The Norwegian branch of the South Korean company just confirmed that the update is due to arrive at the discontinue of this quarter, which means that there are just a couple of months left before the wait is finally over.

The Ice Cream Sandwich update will bring lots of recent features to the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note, including a recent task manager, better notification manager and vastly improved browser in terms of both functionality and performance.

You may remember that we got to play with one of the leaked ICS ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy S II a while ago and we were quite excited with its functionality. Unfortunately it was still quite buggy and not really suitable for everyday use.

Since that moment several recent Samsung-made (but not meant for public release) ROMs popped up for the Galaxy S II and they show that the Samsung R&D engineers are actually advancing quite rapidly.

The latest version available is I9100XXLP6 and it's arguably the first one ready to fill in as your main ROM. It does lots of bug fixing and performance tuning and while it's some way off perfection, it's fine enough for most geeks. Plus, it enables the Face unlock feature, which is one of the coolest (if not particularly functional) parts of ICS.

If you feel like taking the Read-Only Memory (ROM) for a spin and you know what you are doing you may download the necessary files by following this link. The rest of you should at least sleep better knowing that there are just a couple of months remaining now until the official update hits.

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