The Galaxy S II was among the first Android handsets to taste Ice Cream Sandwich, thanks to a firmware leak from Samsung. After the first ICS firmware leaked back in late-December, a couple of more ICS firmware leaked in the January. The last leak – XXLPB – was pretty good, but had a few issues, [...]

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Samsung, unlike HTC and Motorola, has always shipped its phones with open bootloader. This definitely makes the job of developers to create new mods, develop new kernels for the phone easier. While the Samsung Galaxy S II also comes with an open bootloader, there is a major issue with it. If a user flashes a [...]

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The Galaxy S II was the most popular Android handset of 2011. The handset sold in excess of 10 million units, and is still selling like hot cakes all over the world. One of the major complaints among Android handset users is the poor battery life of their phone. The Samsung Galaxy S II is [...]

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The folks over at SamMobile have just leaked a new Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S2. The new leaked firmware (XXLPB) has the build date of 29th Jan, and does not contain any radical visual changes. The XXLPB firmware is however, much more stable, than all the previous ICS firmware for [...]

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A few hours ago, the folks over at SamMobile have leaked another Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S2. The leaked firmware (XXLP6) is based on Android 4.0.3, and does not bring any major visual changes compared to the previous leaks. The ROM can be used on a day-to-day basis, and does [...]

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The Samsung Galaxy S was without a doubt one of the most popular phones of 2010. The phone sold in excess of 10 million units, and has phenomenal developer support. However, the phone has had its fair share of issues including the RFS file system, which lead to the lagging issue on the phone, and [...]

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At the beginning of this year, an Android 4.0.1 (KP4) and an Android 4.0.3 (KP8) based firmware were leaked online for the Galaxy S2 by SamMobile. The KP4 firmware was unstable and had a RIL crashing issue. The KP8 firmware was much better, but sadly had a random reboot issue that made it unusable on [...]

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The Samsung Galaxy S2 was among the first Android phones to get an Alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich. However, the CM9 build of SGS2 has hit a road block, and the developers are waiting for the kernel sources to be released from Samsung to solve the remaining issues.This has however not stopped the developers [...]

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The Samsung Galaxy S came with a Wolfson audio chip, whose true potential was unveiled by supercurio’s Voodoo Sound mod. The Vooodoo Sound mod was then portred by Supercurio to many other Android handsets and tablets, which use the Wolfson audio chip. In my opinion, a Voodoo’d Galaxy S or Nexus S is right among [...]

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In the last month, two Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S2 had leaked on the Internet. However, both the firmwares were clearly in alpha stage, and were not usable on a day to day basis. Now, the folks over at SamMobile have released two new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich [...]

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