We are sure that many of you remember the leaked firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S III that landed just last weekend. It produced live wallpapers, static wallpapers and S-Voice, just to name a few things. Of course developers were hard at work picking it apart and pulling features and applications to other devices, mainly the Galaxy S II. It now looks like Samsung has opened up the flood gates and made the official firmware for the Galaxy S III, well, official. It is important to know that the SGSIII leaked version and the released version are in fact different. The leaked version was I9300XXALE8 and the officially released version is I9300XXALE9.
Base Firmware: I9300XXALE9 (4.0.4)
Build Date: May 2012
Change List: Coming Soon
Nothing more than one version newer, but still, a newer version. Certainly it has some bug fixes and a few minor tweaks.
Samsung has also made the Galaxy S II (I9100G) ICS firmware available. That is the TI-OMAP based based variant. Not quite Android 4.0.4, but we will take 4.0.3 over Gingerbread. Here are the details about that one.
Base Firmware: I9100GXXLPQ (4.0.3)
Build Date: 22 May 2012
Change List: 607196
They were both released by SamMobile just recently and are available for your click happy fingers to snag. Thanks to the usual awesomeness of Faryaab for getting the news out there. Follow the links below to the device of your choosing for download and further infromation related to each.
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