March 15th will bring Ice Cream Sandwich update for Samsung Galaxy S II in Israel
conform each update for each carrier that the phone is sold through. Still, the March 15th date gives us a timeline of sorts, and does let those in the states know that the Korean based manufacturer is working on getting the update out to you.
If you had March 1st in the office pool, you obviously lost. But as you "make do" with the Gingerbread build of Android on this Sunday, the ICS ROM's that have been leaked for the device are getting more stable, and that is good news. Add that to the news from Samsung Mobile Israel and it seems as though it won't be too long until the phone still considered the best Android model ever made will soon be rockin' the states with the latest build of Google's open source OS.
source: SamsungMobileIsrael via AndroidCentral
2. Adianshadows posted on 04 Mar 2012, 13:28 3 19
Included within the Israeli ICS is a self destruct system if a Syrian gets too close to the device...
3. qerim posted on 04 Mar 2012, 13:33 3 1
When will ICS coming in germany...we are waiting for a long time
Come on Sammy gib gas!
9. bvalde09 posted on 04 Mar 2012, 20:11 2 0
Mmm Im kind of confuse. I currently own a SII i9100 so meaning that I will get the update? is this only for Israel people?
10. Cinnamon posted on 04 Mar 2012, 23:06 1 0
Yeah I am with you, I live in the U.S. and also have the international model...
11. dkpitman posted on 04 Mar 2012, 23:48 1 0
Glad to see my Nexus S 4G is still not getting the update soon. The Nexus S 4G still classifies as a "Nexus" device right? Guess we Sprint users will sit and remain forgotten.
I'm assuming the lack of an update is backed by a Sprint decision. Having older models that run ICS before releasing new ICS models probably effects the new model's sales. Since people can have an updated OS at a cheaper price. Sprint you tire me of your neglect.
14. Gothbeard posted on 05 Mar 2012, 18:29 0 0
I wonder if 'official' ICS TouchWiz will look the same as the leaked roms - just like GB TouchWiz.
Anyway, already been using 4.0.3 on my SGSII for over a month. Why wait?