T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 ICS update with no OTA
For the people Android faithful that own a Samsung Galaxy S2 on the T-Mobile network who have been patiently waiting intended for Samsung and T-Mobile for making the Android Snow Cream Sandwich update open to their smartphone, you might need to know that ICS to your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 is actually available. According to the guys over in Android Community, T-Mobile confirmed by means of their support page that the ICS update to the Samsung Galaxy S2 could well be available as from the 11th of July at 11: 00PM EST/ 8: 00PM PST, and unfortunately your ICS update will not be available over the oxygen. As for some reason Samsung as well as T-Mobile have do not deliver the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update to the Galaxy S2 OTA, the update should be grabbed via your Samsung Kies software program, which can be a simple process if Samsung Kies works because it should, but much less easy as an in the air update by natural means. According to the guys the most likely basis for the Ice Lotion Sandwich update not coming in the air is simply because they class the replace as ‘optional’ understanding that it will get rid of the users residence screen, which means the user will have to set up their particular device again. However Android Snow Cream Sandwich is more of any recommended update in comparison with an optional one, as the COMPUTER ITSELF was quite a noticeable difference, and no doubt every Android end users wants ICS on their handset. So basically in case you own the Samsung Universe S2 on T-Mobile you will have to download the Samsung Kies software in case you don’t already are, install and manage the software on your hard disk, enable USB debugging on your SGS2 in settings>menu>apps>development, then connect via UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS, click and agree to update, and you ought to be good to go. So there a person go, if you keep the T-Mobile Samsung Universe S2 and get the Android Snow Cream Sandwich replace via Samsung Kies, feel free to contact us how it just about all goes.