Garg Boor, 04 Sep 2012Oh wise Sir, please inform your humble disciples of the path to Jelly Bean on the Infuse. I gr... morehi,
go to this link
and you will have all your answers about this super phone. Please note that if you are on gingerbread, update first to android 4.0 then upgrade to android 4.1 as this is the right way to avoid any issues.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2012No problems after updating to jelly bean . It runs super smooth. Still one of the best phone. Oh wise Sir, please inform your humble disciples of the path to Jelly Bean on the Infuse. I grow weary of the search and you stand a above us. Perhaps the magical link you discovered or the method that worked for you? Thank you dearly for any assistance you provide!
user, 31 Aug 2012Are their any problems when it is upgraded to Jelly Bean? How is the performance after the upgrade?No problems after updating to jelly bean . It runs super smooth. Still one of the best phone.
Anonymous, 24 Aug 2012yes, it can be upgraded to android 4.1.1 , i am running it on my infuse. Check xda-developers.... moreAre there any problems when it is upgraded to Jelly Bean? How is the
performance after the upgrade?
user, 31 Aug 2012Are their any problems when it is upgraded to Jelly Bean? How is the performance after the upgrade?There are no problems after upgrading to jelly bean. Its running super smooth. To me my infuse is much better than my sony xperia S.
Are their any problems when it is upgraded to Jelly Bean? How is the performance after the upgrade?
I am really sad that this is the first experience I have had with android. I moved away from Apple Iphone because i didn't like what the company was becoming and Android really appealed to me.
This phone has been nothing but problems for me. The power button on it broke causing it to bootloop constantly. Samsung was less than helpful. I sent it in to get it fixed and the exact same thing happened to the next one. I am now in the process of saving for the Nexus. Really disappointed with this one.
uttam, 22 Aug 2012can this phone upgrade up to os 4.1.1 jelly bin yes, it can be upgraded to android 4.1.1 , i am running it on my infuse. Check xda-developers.com forum and u get all the information u need for this wonderful phone.
I have had mine since it first came out, hands down the best phone i have ever had from samsung. My nephew has the galaxy note and performance with apps seem the same, won't be getting rid of this phone for a long time :+)
Still a solid phone. Had mine for 8 months and enjoyed it. Root and install Cyanogen 9 or even the new beta 10, and speed is fantastic with overclocked. Colors are much better too because Android 4 uses 16-bit color, not compressed and hideous dithering on Android 2.X. I've moved onto the Optimus LTE now, but the Infuse is a good buy if 800x480 is enough for you.
I live in pakistan does this phone works proper in pakistan ....i planed to buy samsung galaxy s1 but can't find any in perfect theres are available too many but all are refurbished and defected also Samsung infuse 4g available in affordable price like 25000 thausand rupies in usd which is above 200 dollars...help guys
had the phone for 6 months. Great overall. Do not update stock rom to the gingerbread update released from samsung over kies mini. My battery life went from about 48 hours standby time to about 12 hours after updating. Haven't seen much improvement with the functionality of it. I used heimdall one click back to stock, re rooted the phone and wiped by battery stats. Battery runs 48 hours again.
It has 512 RAM and all tutorial of rooting and unlock u can find on xda-developers.com
Vicky, 02 Jul 2012Its been 10 days I bought this mobile and performance is awesome till now and battery backup i... moreIf you're into tinkering, you should head over to xda-developers.com and learn how to root your infuse so you could install Ice Cream Sandwich or any other android version you'd like.