U.S. Cellular's Samsung Galaxy S II gets Ice Cream Sandwich update
using a USB cable. A complete set of directions can be found at the sourcelink, and when you're done your Samsung Galaxy S II will be running Android 4.0.4.
Among the new features will be Face Unlock which allows you to unlock the phone using nothing more than your face, updated icons in the pull-down Notifications screen, a more intuitive interface, and new pre-loaded apps like Slacker Radio and Google Play Movies and T.V. The update also offers improved text input and editing making it easier to copy and paste, and edit. New options support encryption in the phone and on a microSD card if you're using one.
source: Samsung, U.S.Cellular via AndroidCentral
1. Wiki_jaan posted on 15 Dec 2012, 05:04 3 0
wtf.......... its time for JB..... and they just update outdated ICS
2. wumberpeb posted on 15 Dec 2012, 07:22 3 0
Well they'll be happy to get off gingerbread, but there were several issues related to the Sprint version that caused some headaches when ICS came out. Battery problems, killing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth pairings, performance problems, blah blah blah. Bottom line, hopefully it's a smoother roll out for everyone getting this update...
3. Non_Sequitur posted on 15 Dec 2012, 13:11 0 0
Yeah. I have the Sprint Galaxy S2. It's not as great as expected. When in sleep mode for a while, Wifi turns off. Battery life kinda sucks. Laggy without Nova Launcher. However, the official leaked Jelly Bean has no bugs and will be rolled out on Sprint soon. Don't know about US Cellular though, haha. They're really late to the party.