Just like the HTC Vivid, a leaked Android 4.0 update for AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy II Skyrocket surfaced online.
AT&T promised the Samsung Galaxy S successor was next on its Ice Cream Sandwich overhaul list, but now Skyrocket owners have the option to download the update on the Internet instead of waiting for the carrier to make good on its pledge.
After HTC Vivid’s ICS build leaked, AT&T swiftly issued an over-the-air update for the upgrade. With that as an indication, users should expect the software to rollout over-the-air for the Skyrocket soon.
The download is available below.
It is worth mentioning the leaked update is not compatible with the standard AT&T Galaxy S II, T-Mobile’s version, or Rogers Wireless’ Galaxy S II LTE. However, the build is recent due to its March 14 date and originates from a Samsung source with ODIN PC flash tool, so varying GSII LTE flavors will undoubtedly get respective improvements in no time.
Rootzwiki offers a link to the Samsung Galaxy II Skyrocket Android 4.0 build. Also, according to screenshots on Rootzwiki, Samsung’s TouchWiz does not change after the ICS upgrade.
- Samsung says ‘no’ to Ice Cream Sandwich on the original Galaxy smartphone and tablet (9to5google.com)
- Samsung announces Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for GALAXY S II (9to5google.com)
- Ice Cream Sandwich rumored to be released for the Galaxy S II March 1st (9to5google.com)
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