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How To Install Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich Update (Leaked Build)

February 3, 2012 at 8:23 pm

Following the previous leaked builds of ICS for the Samsung Galaxy S II, the latest official build has been put up online by the folks over at SamMobile. These are the same guys who previously leaked the official builds, which were alpha products. This latest build, though, is in beta and stable enough to be your daily driver. The new build number is I9100XXLPB, and was updated on January 29th. Here’s what’s been updated in the newest build:

Interface: Kind of 3D effect when scrolling.
Battery: Lots better than early ones.
Faster: Feels the same as LP6
Touch: Same as LP6.
Overall: Better score in our eyes than LP6 .
Facelock: Same as LP6 working fine.
Task: Same as version LP6.

Before you Begin:

This build is for the internation version of the Galaxy S II, which includes the AT&T 3G model. This is not intended for variants such as the Spring Epic Touch 4G, or Galaxy S II Skyrocket from AT&T. and SamMobile are not responsible for any damage you may cause your device by choosing to install this build. In order to install, you need to have your device rooted. If you need instructions on how to do so, our friends over at RootzWiki have you covered.

You will also need the latest Samsung USB drivers.

Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Download I9100XXLPB_I9100OXXLP5_OXX.rar (Password – You will also get ODIN out of this package.
  2. Download the Pit file
  3. Install the USB drivers for your device, if you have not already.
  4. Unzip the file I9100XXLPB_I9100XXLP5_OXX.rar
  5. You should now have 4 files: I9100_CODE_I9100XXLPB_CL99600_REV02_user_low_ship.tar; GT-I9100-MULTI-CSC-OXXLP5_RST.tar; MODEM_I9100XXLPB_REV_02_CL1101286.tar; Odin3 v1.83
  6. Backup your device!
  7. Shut down Samsung KIES completely
  8. Run ODIN
  9. Power off your device. Wait for it to vibrate so you ensure it’s been totally shut down.
  10. Hold the Volume Down key+ Home Button and power on
  11. You should see an upgrading firmware screen. Accept it.
  12. Connect you device via USB and run ODIN. You should get a message that says “added”.
  13. Check the boxes for Repartition, Auto-Reboot, F Reset Time in options.
  14. Put the files in ODIN in this order: PIT = u1_02_20110310_emmc_EXT4.pit, PDA = I9100_CODE_I9100XXLPB_CL99600_REV02_user_low_ship.tar, PHONE=MODEM_I9100XXLPB_REV_02_CL1101286.tar, CSC = GT-I9100-MULTI-CSC-OXXLP5_RST.tar
  15. Hit the “Start” button to begin the process
  16. Wait for the device to reboot, then unplug the USB.

That’s it. You should now have a stable 4.0.3 build on your device! For further troubleshooting or questions, please refer to the original thread.

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