Tuesday , December 6 2016

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G Ice Cream Sandwich update delayed a further week

Telstra today confirmed — via a community forum post — that the Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” update for the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G has been delayed an extra week. There was no definite reasoning behind this, but as you can see below, Telstra are expecting a new submission to arrive on August 31 for testing.

“The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S 2 4G has been delayed by a further week. We are now expecting test submission on 31st August. We will do our best to accelerate the testing of this update but won’t be able to comment further until the test team has had some time to assess it.”

No release date has been confirmed, however, you can expect it in the later half of September. As for a Jelly Bean update: who knows, just yet.

 
Source: Telstra (Crowd Support).

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