Samsung S2 Galaxy owners already have a first beta version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich install last year. However, this version still contained some errors and was not necessarily intended for everyday use. But in the new year, two more Android 4.0.x firmwares were asked to download. Also a new version of CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy S2 is at the xda-developers showed up. This is rather unstable, in contrast to the new ROM with Android 4.0.3 and TouchWiz 5.0.
In the two firmware versions are:
- the firmware I9100XX KP4 . This is still based on Android 4.0.1 and was on 20 Compiled in December. INSTABLE
- the firmware I9100XX KP8. This is based on Android 4.0.3 and was already on 30 Compiled in December. STABLE
Both versions are on the side of SamMobile available for download. Both firmware packages can be downloaded and use with our guide to install the firmware on your device. The SamMobile colleagues have found another video online, in which the KP8-ROM is presented.
Both firmware versions are equipped with Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface 5.0. For this reason, these ROMs are not really seeing how Android Ice Cream Sandwich, probably more like the previous versions of Android Gingerbread. So that these ROMs are really a matter of taste, because if you really want to use Android 4.0, it is advisable to wait a while until another firmware available.
However, the new KP8-ROM can already be used for everyday use and, thanks to integrated hardware acceleration, the firmware runs even faster than most versions of Gingerbread. Even if the firmware SamMobile ascribes the everyday practicality, yet many users complain of problems with Facebook Unlock, W-LAN, crashes and occasional reboots.
Should you not interested in an Android with TouchWiz have, then you can the latest version of CyanogenMod 9 installed on your Galaxy S2. There are still some problems, but for that you have a full Android 4.0.3. Finds the newest version of the S2 CM9 for her on the side of the xda-developer .
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