Samsung has finally released the European Official release of Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ for Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 yesterday, for now only in Poland, Hungary, Sweden in Europe and South Korea in Asia Pacific. The update, aka XXLPQ, has been awaited for a long time, and even if some carriers had already rolled out the official versions of ICS for Galaxy S2, many users were still using Gingerbread. So, if you are from the above mentioned countries, go ahead and have a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich via Kies. In the following step by step tutorial we will present to you the right… Continue to How to Install/Update Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ Official Release On Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100
Learn how to flash Nexus S with HTC Sense 4.0 UI in Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich
The newest Android smartphone series from HTC is called “One”. Between the novelties this phones are bringing on the market we can highlight the fact that they are running on the latest OS from Google (Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich), and they feature also the newest HTC interface: Sense 4.0.
I know that there are a lot of Samsung Galaxy S2 owners who were eagerly awaiting for Ice Cream Sandwich to be released officially by Google. The thing is that Samsung killed any expectations almost instantly with a press release where, they said that there is no clear ETA for an official Samsung update for the Galaxy S2.
This week, many websites are doing all sorts of in-depth coverage over Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview while missing out to report about apps that get released for the Android Market. Today’s article is about the CameraICS App for Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which brings all the improvements of the camera in ICS 4.0 that come by default with the operating system.
The tablet of the South Korean company will have a 7 inch screen and the latest version of the Android operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will be presented earlier next month and will probably position itself as one of the strongest competitors of the iPad, the market leader.
Find out how to root your Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 which runs on Android ICS 4.0.3 XXLPB ROM.
After the tutorial for flashing the Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 with Android ICS 4.0.3 ROM which has leaked from Samsung, now we will teach you how to root it.
Learn in this tutorial how to flash Samsung Galaxy S2 with the leaked official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), using the XXLPB version.
Samsung Galaxy S2 will soon receive Ice Cream Sandwich but not before the end of March. In recent weeks, the official ROM from Samsung, Android 4.0.3 for Galaxy S2 i9100, has leaked. We have receive the XXLP6 and lately, just before yesterday, the XXLPB.
One of the new features that Ice Cream Sandwich introduced with the Google Nexus phone are the on screen virtual buttons, which have context sensitivity. Most of the Android phones do not have such virtual buttons so if you’re running an Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 ROM and would like to have the same feature on your device as well, this guide will teach you how to do it.
Although Samsung confirmed last year, in November, that the Samsung Galaxy S2 would enjoy an update to the craved Android 4.0 ICS Ice Cream Sandwich, it was not until now that they offered specific details. The ICS update will be done in the next two months.
Google promises interesting improvements with its new version of Android. That is the reason why users expect more anxious than ever to update their devices to the latest version of firmware. So far only the Nexus S and Nexus Galaxy have had the opportunity to offer their owners a streamlined user experience with the Android… Continue to Samsung Galaxy S2 - Android 4.0 ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) Update Date Confirmed