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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Uysster, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Uysster

    Uysster New Member
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    I currently own the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro GT-B5510 (Successfully rooted.)
    Version : 2.3.6
    Baseband version : B5510XXKL1
    Kernel Version : 2.6.35.7 root@DELL136 #1
    Build number : GINGERBREAD =.XXKL3

    I want to upgrade my firmware to the latest. (Preferably Jelly Bean.)

    Can this be done or am I just down right stupid?

    If not Jelly Bean, then can I install another newer version than Gingerbread?
     

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  2. Digital Controller

    Digital Controller The Real Bass Creator
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    Gingerbread 2.3.6 is the latest and last version of Gingerbread.

    Otherwise putting a ROM on your device for 4.0 or higher would probably be the only way to upgrade your device.
     
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  3. arthynet

    arthynet New Member
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    Hello,
    I updated my android using a Galaxy Y 2.3.6 Update which is for another phone, not my model.
    Now my phone starts, plays the logo sound but i can't see nothing but a white display.
    Is there any way i can reinstall the defalult software?
    I can't boot into recovery and neither in odin download.
    Kies see my device as a gt-s5360.

    What can i do?
     

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