Samsung dropped the support for Galaxy S II a long time ago and officially the phone is stuck on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (up from 2.3 Gingerbread) forever.
But the Galaxy S II is one of the most popular Samsung smartphones ever, and it has been seeing various third-party ROMs throughout the years. Cyanogen, the most popular ROM maker out there, has granted the Galaxy S II support for KitKat and Lollipop.
As of yesterday, the Cyanogen team released the first nightly build of CyanogenMod 13 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Being a nightly ROM means there will be bugs and the OS is probably not stable enough for everyday usage.
We are sure the fans still keeping their Galaxy S II units will be happy with the Marshmallow news. If you are interested in updating your Galaxy S II beyond Jelly Bean, Cyanogen is your best option right now.
The problem is that all brand new smartphones are built by Chinese companies, and it's as if they passed on the word to get rid of a few features bad for their business. For example batteries are rated 1000 cycles or approximately 2 years and a...
Nice phone when it was released. Wanted it but now have even better phone. A few year makes tech advance so fast.
go through this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s2/development-derivatives/mod-increase-partition-size-t3011162