Samsung Galaxy S 'Value Pack' firmware leaks

07 January, 2012 | Comments (110) | Post your comment

A few days ago we heard from Samsung that they have dropped plans to release the 'Value Pack' update to Galaxy S owners, which was supposed to improve performance and add features found in Ice Cream Sandwich. The reason for this stated by Samsung was hardware limitations of the device.

Now, however, the Value Pack firmware has leaked online. List of improvements include the additions of Face Unlock, improved camera performance with the ability to take pictures while recording videos, image editor from the Galaxy S II, new lockscreen sounds, and improved performance in browser, gallery and gaming.

This doesn't tell us though whether Samsung will officially be releasing it. They may have tested this update and later on decided to cancel it. Whatever may be the reason, you can now download it and try it out on your phone. The less brave among you would want to hold on for a while longer to see if Samsung officially releases the update.





Samsung Galaxy S 'Value Pack' firmware leaks - reader comments

  • Jammer

I think Samsung should re-think what are the loss for them if they donít release an official ICS or ICS Value pack edition for Galaxy S my opinion is that users might get disappointed and my avoid future purchases. Samsung if you really want aggressi...

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  • 2012-01-13 11:17
  • PSdk
  • Darkangels6sic6

What are you getting at? I already went through that and post that link. The tool sucks? Which one you like or are bashing?

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  • 2012-01-11 12:25
  • efrS
  • Anonymous

Hey man,just check the link: ;idPhone1=2813&idPhone2=3252&idPhone3=26 83

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  • 2012-01-11 08:34
  • mCi0