Samsungs latest move was to bring Jellybean to a range of devices, obviously high end ones like the Note and S2, but also the low end like the Galaxy Ace Plus, which when I last checked was worse in every way compared to my Galaxy S which still runs 2.3.6.
Samsung should have given us ICS, they should now try and get jellybean working
Hi. I have a Samsung galaxy S i9000 running a Jellybean 4.1 custom ROM. androidadvices. com/ update-galaxy-gt-i9000-stable-jellybean-411-firmware/#.UDJOV91mT9d
Everything's working fine until today when my laptop (Win7 OS) froze up while I was formatting the internal sd card of my phone.I restarted the laptop and phone and the internal sd card cannot be detected by either device anymore.
I live in China and I bought my GS3 here. Of course like many I want to update my phone to the latest android version which is Jellybean. I should be able to update it through Kies but it's not working as Kies doesn't seem to find any update available.
So my first question is: why? Is it because my phone is rooted?
I have the dead android with the red triangle on the recovery mode, I upgraded to jellybean 4.1.1 but some reason KIES reads my phone as being SGH I 747, so I factory whiped and reset, reinstalled 4.1.1. My original issue was when I wanted to sign into certain apps the phone would vibrate and then the app would crash and I would have to start over or not use the app!