Bluevindo, 29 May 2012Hurray!!!..........finally officila ICS upgrade for I9100G GS-II arrived in India over OTA ...... moreIt's there is something wrong happened for a while...so please ignore my earlier post..regret for that..
But it's true I got notification message for ICS upgrade showing that ICS upgrade is available with firmware size mentioning that after upgrade music, apn etc setting will change...
Now..after re-checking for upgrade, it's showing no upgrade available...so what was the notification message popped up earlier...only Samsung may know!
Hurray!!!..........finally officila ICS upgrade for I9100G GS-II arrived in India over OTA ....Firmware size is 220.31MB..going to upgrade asap!!!
Anonymous, 29 May 2012I shifted back to Optus now which was networker provider before its nice to be back with them ... moreThat's great! Optus has better services than Vodafone!It's good that you're back in Optus. It's more fun here. :)
chelzeeeee, 28 May 2012Yes. Once I move to Australia I'll be going for Optus for sure. To me there are only 2 service... moreI shifted back to Optus now which was networker provider before its nice to be back with them again, now im enjoying my GS2 w/ 4.0.3 ICS its super fast the signal and internet connection is so strong compare to Vodafone who has i reckoned got the worst coverage/sig nal/ internet connection here in OZ. I will never ever go back to Vodafone, all my friends who are on voda also keeps complaining about their services and they also considering on switching to Optus or Telstra, we all curse Vodafone. Vodafone you should grow up if you dont wanna loose your customer.
TC, 29 May 2012I agree, ICS is a buginfested disaster with constant "microlags" even on the latest ... moreI think I tried almost every ICS ROM from xda forums, and only turkbey ROM lp9 modem works perfectly in Croatia. I use it about 20 days and I have no complaints. I think the battery life as much as 15 - 20% longer
Tomy Mik, 29 May 2012Too much bug in ICS... i recommend u not upgrading to official icsI agree, ICS is a buginfested disaster with constant "microlags" even on the latest lpd! I am now back on official ki8 that is a lot more stable faster and totally bugfree and I will never again "downgrade" to ICS on my S2! I guess ICS needs a quad-core to be able to hide all "microlags"..., but not even any quad-core can compensate for the many incompatible apps and games on ICS!
Sandy, 28 May 2012kindly help me for rooting my SII. CDC error is annoyingDownload Odin, flash new kernel, I use Siyah kernel, find the ROM on xda forum and install using CWM. There is a lot of tutorials on youtube...
Anonymous, 28 May 2012thanks chelzeee i definitely shifting to optus australia by tomorrow they have a very good an... moreYes. Once I move to Australia I'll be going for Optus for sure. To me there are only 2 service providers to go for in Australia, it's either Telstra or Optus. :)
With Optus, both Prepaid and Postpaid is good. :)
niks, 28 May 2012Galaxy s2 or W? AdviceGalaxy S2... The Best or nothing...
@jahditex: check your android version.It is already updated to ICS.coz latest GS2 have been updated out of the box
jahditex, 28 May 2012Please can someone help. i bought samsung galaxy s 11 two days ago. i have been trying to upgr... moreUse the latest version of Kies to upgrade your phone via your computer and the usb link
Anonymous, 28 May 2012Does skype video calling supports n dis????pls tel me???yes i use video call in skype
It will say "No update available" if you go through the menus on the phone itself and press "check for updates" or whatever there. However if you go to Samsung's website for the sII and download their "Kies" software for your laptop (not the same as Kies Air which came with the phone - a fully functional version) then once that's installed (which also can be a bit of a beyatch, it's not the best software) you simply plug your phone in via USB, it'll perform an online check and see if Ice Cream Sandwich is available - which it is - and will then offer you the chance to upgrade your firmware, which can take about half an hour to an hour. It's well worth it! Worked for me, phone (white I9100P) was really sluggish and disappointing for the first week, then updated and all is groovy. Hope that helps potential Gingerbread leavers. Tom x
Babara, 27 May 2012Because the GS2 HD video works with continuous autofocus, at low light conditions, the frame r... moreMy Wave S8500 has 720p fixfocus video recording and yes the night videos are good.
So it is an interesting idea with the GS2 to switch from fullHD autofocus to VGA fixfocus recording at night. But then what is the point of having fullHD capability, if you have to downgrade to VGA, like any dumbphone ?
There is probably other options to get fixfocus in GS2, with scenery mode maybe?
Want try Xperia P, heard the Exmor sensor is good at night.