Official ICS firmware release for Galaxy S II and S III

For those of you that are lucky enough to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S III, we congratulate you on owning one of the hottest Android devices.  For those of you that are still stuck in 2011’s Galaxy S II, Samsung may alleviate your pain with its recent release of an official ICS firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II I9100G. 

 Official ICS firmware release for Galaxy S II and S III

For those of you that are lucky enough to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S III, we congratulate you on owning one of the hottest Android devices.  For those of you that are still stuck in 2011’s Galaxy S II, Samsung may alleviate your pain with its recent release of an official ICS firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II I9100G.  Instructions for flashing some ICS goodness onto your SGII are found here.

Here’s the scoop on Samsung’s ICS release for the SGII:

Base Firmware: I9100GXXLPQ (4.0.3)
Country India
Carrier: Unbranded
Build Date: 22 May 2012
Modem: GODDLP5
CSC: GODDLP7

Those with the SGIII can also rejoice as Samsung also released an official carrier unbranded firmware in case you want to ditch your current firmware—not that you need to of course. 

Here’s the info on the unbranded carrier SGIII official firmware release:

Base Firmware: I9300XXALE9 (4.0.4)
Region Africa
Country: Algeria
Carrier: Unbranded
Build Date: May 2012
Modem: XXLE9
CSC: OJVALE7

There’s no doubt that Samsung’s generosity in releasing some official firmware will lead to some impressive third party ROMs in the future.

Source: XDA-developers.com