Want to get Samsung’s new TouchWiz Nature UX on your Galaxy S II because you can’t justify upgrading to the Galaxy S III? Well you’re in luck. A developer has ripped TouchWiz UX from the leaked Galaxy S III ROM and has managed to get it working on the Samsung Galaxy S II (amongst other Galaxy devices) so that you[Read More…]
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It was my first attempt at hosting the Ausdroid Podcast, and I think it went down pretty nicely: take a listen for yourself. We were lucky enough to be joined by Kieran McIlwain, Vodafone’s Device Introduction Specialist, to talk about the Android OS update process for devices on their network. Oh, we also did some speculation about the Galaxy S[Read More…]
With Samsung letting the cat out of the bag in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S III — the successor to the Galaxy S II — we thought it would only be fair to compare it to two other recently released devices — the HTC One X and Sony Xperia S — as well as the Galaxy Nexus and[Read More…]
Vodafone has just tweeted an update advising that owners of the Samsung Galaxy S II from either 3 or Vodafone should start to see the Ice Cream Sandwich update available via FOTA(Firmware Over The Air) for their phone from midday tomorrow(May 2nd). The upgrade will be to Android 4.0.3 and as well as bug fixes and enhancements it will include[Read More…]
Vodafone have confirmed via their blog that they have given final approval for the Samsung Galaxy S II Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update. This means that the update is now ready to be pushed out to devices by Samsung very, very soon. The date has not yet been confirm by Vodafone, however, it would be reasonable to expect it[Read More…]
More Samsung news, yay! From all the people sending us emails, tweets and various other forms of communication, we can confirm that the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update is ready to be applied to your Samsung Galaxy S II from Telstra. The update doesn’t appear to be available for download over-the-air, so you’ll need to connect your Galaxy S[Read More…]
We’ve just seen the Android 4.0.3 update for the generic (unbranded / carrier-free) Samsung Galaxy S II get pushed to Samsung Kies. So if you’re willing to get your update on, download Kies (if you haven’t already) and connected your device and start the download process.
While the initial Android 4.0.3 “Ice Cream Sandwich” update for the Samsung Galaxy S II on Optus may have only been for a select amount of users, going by the amount of people telling up Ice Cream Sandwich is now available for them, we can confirm it’s now available for everyone. To update your device you will have to connect[Read More…]
Week 2 of our giveaways and we’ve got an extended battery for the Samsung Galaxy S II. It’s from Mugen Power, and at the time I received it, it was worth $100. Now you can get it yourself for the low, low price of $0.00 including postage. It’s a 3200mAh battery, so it will turn your device into somewhat of[Read More…]
Samsung have just pushed the Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update for the Galaxy S II on Optus to Kies. The update may be available for download over-the-air (let us know in the comments) or you can download it via Samsung Kies 2.0. OPS = Australia (Optus) I9100XWLP4/I9100OPSLP4sammobile.com/kies — SamKiesUpdates (@SamKiesUpdates) April 3, 2012 Optus is the first carrier to[Read More…]