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Samsung Galaxy S2 upgrade to Android 4
Just wondering when Telecom will be releasing Android 4 for existing Galaxy S2 owners. It's included in new S2s but it certainly isn't available through the usual upgrade channel.
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4.0.3 is already approved for the S2 and is available through the usual upgrade paths. Let us know if you?re having problems with that.
To get to 4.0.x you need to update via the Kies. This will then allow you to update to future releases over the air or via Kies.
In regards to 4.1, we are working on it, S3 we hope to have that out before Xmas and S2 is being worked on but no confirmed timeframe at this stage.
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