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!
i just want to get the smoothness of the jellybean on my phone. or custom mod of gingerbread or ics with project butter or installing vanilla android jellybean on my phone
just tell me what to do .. root flash ect .
my problem with Samsung galaxy chat is the screen is portrait
Sent from my nexus next using xda app-developers app
Sources report Samsung rep says Galaxy S2 to receive jellybean update, first in Seoul then other markets immediately after. AT&T and T-Mobile both included in announcement, will this included D710? Has anybody heard more than this?