Ice Cream Sandwich on S2? - Page 2. I'm new to android and was nervous using odin to flash a stock Samsung ICS to my new S2. It turned out to be fairly painless and have since update the original XXLPQ based rom with an up to date XXLPS rom. With both I noticed that it sometimes reboots ... but I'm not prompted enter a sim pincode so I'm thinking it's just the UI that is crashing not the underlying OS!?
Anyway since this is official samsung and it's not 100% stable I'm thinking the open source roms cannot be any worse. Plus I always like the look of the ICS on the nexus. So I was considering CM9, though I'm just getting confident of odin - I'm not sure if I'm up to rooting just yet. Looks good and seems to be very stable AND can be installed via odin - I think? Has anybody here tried it yet? One last question for those more experienced, does the version I have currently installed (and XXLPS kernel in my case) have any bearing on the choice of roms I can flash? Samsung Apps. GalaxyS2Root.com - Your Source for Galaxy S2 root, roms, and more tips!
[ROM+Guide]Official i9100 Firmwares KL1/2/3/LA2,4/LB2,LPE/Q/7/2/F/S/4 Download. Official Firmware files Quote: Firmware info PDA:XWKDD PHONE: XXKDH Build date: 26/04/2011 MultiCSC (AUT, COS, CYO, DBT, DCM, DNF, EUR, FWB, KOR, LUX, NEE, O2U, OMN, ORS, PAN, PLS, SEB, SUN, SWC, TMS, TPH, VDH, VIA, VOM, XEE, XEH, XEO, XEZ, XSK): XWKDD Stock Kernel: Password is: intratech@XDA Firmware info PDA:XWKE1 PHONE: XXKDJ Build date: 03/05/2011 Generic XEU: Mirror for Generic XEU: XWKE1 Stock Kernel: Mod Edit: Link Removed Password is: intratech@XDA Firmware info PDA:XWKE2 PHONE: XXKDJ Build date: 06/05/2011 Generic XEU (UK): Mod Edit: Link Removed Generic NEE (Nordic): Mod Edit: Link Removed Generic DBT (German): Generic ITV (Italia): Mod Edit: Link Removed Generic FOP (Spain): Mod Edit: Link Removed.
[Q] New SG S2 - Upgrade to ICS and stuff - Noob. Samsung Galaxy S II I9100. Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Gingerbread in video. The wait is almost over!
Samsung has started rolling out Ice Cream Sandwich to the Galaxy S2 -- with Poles and Swedes among the first Europeans to get the update. Lucky them. The S2 ICS rollout isn't due to reach Blighty til 19 March, but we couldn't bear to wait that long, so we grabbed the firmware from a developer forum and flashed a rather fetching white Galaxy S2 we had lying around the office so we could take a closer look at Samsung's changes. Read on, or watch the video above, to find out what to expect when your very own Gingerbread darling gets its Ice Cream Sandwich injection.
Or, if you really can't bear to wait another week and fancy trying your hand at a spot of DIY firmware flashing, check out our handy how to guide -- just don't blame us if it all ends in tears. Lock screen On the Samsung Galaxy S2 freshly loaded with Ice Cream Sandwich, the first thing to notice is a text note telling you to "swipe screen to unlock" -- just in case you hadn't figured that out already. Icons. How to install Ice Cream Sandwich on your Samsung Galaxy S2. Like a relentless technological bulldozer, Android continues to steamroll all before it.
Google's mobile operating system has undergone some radical changes during its relatively short lifespan, and the most recent iteration, 4.0 for those of you that like numbers, Ice Cream Sandwich for those who prefer daft codenames, is the most polished yet . The problem is, this latest flavour of Android is currently exclusive to Google's Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S phones. Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S2 will get Ice Cream Sandwich starting from next week, although it is down to the phone networks to decide exactly when that will happen.
For those of you who simply cannot wait, salvation is at hand. This handy guide will show you how to install Ice Cream Sandwich on your beloved blower, allowing you to reap the benefits of enhanced speed and functionality, before it is made available through the auto-update section on your phone. Firmware caution Step 1: Grab the relevant files. Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich official guide released. Downloads. Chainfire[dev~blog] - Home. CyanogenMod Forum. CyanogenMod.