Samsung Galaxy S2 Gets The Android 4.0.4 UpdateNews — By Naveen Vaidhya on July 11, 2012 at 2:21 pm
Samsung Galaxy 2 is the predecessor of newly released Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone. This smartphone was declared and introduced previous year at Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona. Previous this year, Samsung Galaxy S II won “The Best Smartphone Of The Year” award from GSMA. Samsung got success in selling more than 20 million units of Samsung Galaxy S3 in only ten months. The Samsung Galaxy S2 was transferred with Android 2.3 OS that was the newest form of Android at the release time. At the end of 2011, Google declared the Android 4.0 operating system and Samsung committed to roll over this up gradation in early 2012.
Samsung Galaxy S2 finally got the most awaited Android 4.0 ICS update for the 1st time in March. This update was accessible just for the unlocked global variant of Samsung Galaxy S2 in European part. 2 months after, the update was gone out in other nations containing India and Australia. In June, the carrier locked Samsung Galaxy S2 variant was the last one in US to receive this update.
The previous update was depended on the Android 4.0.3. But, Samsung has begun rolling out latest software update for Samsung Galaxy S2 in Russia. I9100XWLPM is the number of new firmware update and it shunts the handset to the new Android 4.0.4 operating system. This update is presently accessible just for the global variant of Galaxy S2. This update doesn’t carry any prime changes. But, the holders of this device are reporting few extra Russian applications. You will be mechanically notified when the update is accessible for your device. In case you haven’t got the update, then just move to Home>Applications>Settings>About Device>System updates and see for the update. In the other hand, you can also link your device to your PC and see for the update utilizing the Samsung Kies software. This update will be spread out in other part in coming months.