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JellyBean Update for Samsung galaxy s2 DanishSupport


  1. Finndo

    Finndo New Member

    Hello! Is there is a new update for Samsung galaxy s2 Danish?
    model number is: GT-I9100
    Android version: 4.0.4
    Baseband Version I9100XXLQ6
    Core Version: 3.0.15-1114882 dpi @ DELL163 # 3

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  2. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    Hello and welcome to Android Forums Finndo! :)

    To check if the Jelly Bean, Android 4.1.2, update is available for your phone, see posts #1, #2 and #3 in the sticky at the top of the forum, entitled, "Jelly Bean update - Dummies Guide".
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  3. SCPadgeebar

    SCPadgeebar Well-Known Member

    SamMobile said Jelly Bean Update for Galaxy S2 and Note would be this March.
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  4. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    The first official JB updates were released for the SGSII, GT-i9100, about 2 weeks ago. :confused:
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  5. Finndo

    Finndo New Member

    I found this on my phone:

    PDA:I9100XWLPY
    PHONE: I9100XXLQ6
    CSC: I9100NEELP6
    Build Info: Wed Sep 19 18:11:36 KST 2012
  6. Evil Genius

    Evil Genius Well-Known Member

    looks like NEE (Nordic) has not been released yet.
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  7. Finndo

    Finndo New Member

    ok :-/ Maybe soon??
  8. Miths000

    Miths000 Well-Known Member

    After a long and painful upgrade (the last one or now seemingly two firmware updates available kept failing over air, Kies kept throwing up stumbling blocks on my desktop PC, and now I finally managed to upgrade through Kies on my Win 8 laptop, though it required two error messages, one Kies restart and one phone reconnect), my Danish Galaxy S2 (NEE Nordic code) is now running 4.1.2.

    I was somewhat startled after the reboot by the very different looking design of login screen and notification bar, as well as having to go through a few information screens (initially I thought my phone had actually been reset). I don't remember anything that drastic when my Transformer TF300 tablet was upgraded to Jelly Bean.
    Fortunately everything - including Apex Launcher - appears to be where it was before, aside from widgets having to be readded to the homescreens. I was also notified of the available upgrade to Google Now, which is up and running (even if most of the information cards available are as useless for me on my phone as they are on my tablet, the majority of the time).
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