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Mobile & Wireless

Samsung updates Galaxy S II in Brazil to Ice Cream Sandwich

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 07:48 CET | News
Brazilian users of the Galaxy S II can now update the Android device to the latest version of the mobile system, the Ice Cream Sandwich, after Samsung released the update on 07 May. To upgrade the system, users need to select "Settings" then "About phone" and "Software Update". The version of ICS that will be installed is 4.0.3. According to Samsung, if the download of the update is not successful, the user must wait until 14 May to upgrade.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Brazil
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I still unable to receive the update in Brazil :/
Nany Oliveira @ 16/5/2012 - 19:44


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