Hello everyone I have been using a rooted T-989 and I have been dodging the notices to upgrade my software because I was worried about conflicts... but now my free tethering doesnt work so here I am. I am currently using: Gingerbread UKVL1 Android 2.3.6 Kernel 18.104.22.168 I dont have any other info about the specific ROM I am using... hopefully the info I provided is sufficient. Do I have to unroot back to stock Gingerbread before I can update? Or can I upgrade directly to the more recent rooted ICS rom using the steps found here: How to Root ICS/GB on T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989! | Galaxy S2 Root If you guys know of a better/safer way of doing it, please advise. I am assuming I should upgrade to ICS, but I have no problem staying on Gingerbread... I dont really need anything fancy out of my phone. I just want to get rid of tbe software update notice and be able to tether for free again. Thank you for your advice!