Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 gets Jelly Bean firmware in UK

Tags: Android, Samsung

If you've bought a Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, you're probably all too familiar with its Jelly Bean rollout and how unnervingly tedious it is. While some countries received it already, the UK was still kept on hold (among other countries). Luckily, that's no longer the case and the firmware has been released to UK owners of the smartphone.



At first, Samsung was testing the firmware (in the beginning of February), then it was leaked (in the end of February), and finally the rollout began (in the beginning of April).

The update brings along Samsung's TouchWiz Nature UX along with the major smoothness benefits of Jelly Bean's Project Butter.

You can flash the firmware on your smartphone as of now - download in the Source link below (go for I8160BTUMC8). Or you can wait for an update notification or keep checking through KIES on your computer.

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Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 gets Jelly Bean firmware in UK - reader comments

  • Joy

Does JB still make ACE 2 slower? Is there any stable and fast version of JB for ACE 2?

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  • 2013-10-21 09:03
  • vb$y
  • shahzad

what's ur cell basebond version

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  • 2013-10-14 05:25
  • uZaT
  • vim

can I reverse to ginger bread or honeycomb??? I had firmware upgrade last night via kies.. has slowed down my galaxy ace 2 like I will never like it again.. I want faster performance from G.Ace 2

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  • 2013-08-29 02:46
  • 3J60