I'm new on Android and i want to downgrade my samsung galaxy s2 (international version ) from 4.0.1 to 2.3.5
can any one explain to me how to do this with steps?
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hiiii friends i have updated my samsung galaxy y gt-s5360 from 2.3.5 to android 2.3.6 but i like the previous version 2.3.5 so how can i get it back on my samsung galaxy y i miss that version plz help me i want that version without voiding warranty and without any problems plz help me friends
Here's the result of running tree on one of the packages (the downgrade package, in this case):|-- downgrade
| |-- PKGBUILD
| |-- downgrade
| |-- downgrade-3.2-1-any.pkg.tar.xz
| |-- pkg
| | `-- usr
| | `-- bin
| | `-- downgrade
| `-- src
| `-- downgrade -> /tmp/packerbuild-0/downgrade/downgrade/downgrade
`-- downgrade.tar.gzI didn't check the f
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