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9 Samsung Galaxy Devices receive Android 4.0 ICS Upgrade Canada

While on one hand Samsung is back of launching the Samsung Galaxy S III the next Galaxy phone by them launching on May 3 and available from June 2012, the development team from Samsung has sent Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade to their 9 popular devices which are available in Canada. Remember that these devices gets updated in Canada resident only and there is no dates available right now for the international. It looks like that the official announcement comes up first but when users check out the availability some gets it correctly. Samsung the world leader in smart phone manufacturing has so many devices waiting for the Android 4.0 upgrade since its launch. Samsung Canada has officially confirmed that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update will be soon made available for the selected Samsung Galaxy devices and this upgrade will be pushed starting from May 1 via Over the Air upgrade.

ICS Update

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest Android operating system launched in November last year with the debut of Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Since then all the manufacturer are waiting for the deployment of Android 4.0 on many of their flagship and top handset. Samsung Galaxy S II received this update last month but there are more Samsung powered smartphone which should receive the update.

The devices which will receive the updates are –

  • GALAXY S II
  • GALAXY S II LTE
  • GALAXY S II LTE HD
  • GALAXY S II X
  • GALAXY Note
  • GALAXY Tab 7.0
  • GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus
  • GALAXY Tab 8.9
  • GALAXY Tab 10.1

For various carriers in Canada, Samsung Galaxy S II and its variants updates are released today as there were not released earlier. Galaxy S II X and Galaxy S II LTE HD are the NFC enabled smartphone launched recently enabling users to use Android Beam, a new introduced technology in Android 4.0 to share the content, web pages, and YouTube Videos with simple tap on phones.

Let me remind you that the availability of this software upgrade depends on the model and also on the wireless carriers requirements. So what are you waiting for? Remove your handset, head to Menu > Settings > About Phone > Software upgrade and then click on check now to know whether you have received or not. Do let us know about the same via comments section below. Importantly you should back up various applications and files on your phone before you proceed with the upgrade as all the data would be lost in due course of update and you can’t recover them back very easily. Also you should make sure that, you update this via Wi Fi only where in the download speed is faster and the process of upgradation would be done very quickly within 30 minutes of your time instead of 2 hours.

30 thoughts on “9 Samsung Galaxy Devices receive Android 4.0 ICS Upgrade Canada”

  1. Could you upload the Ice Cream Sandwich version for Samsung Galaxy Tab of 7 inches on the internet please?
    I have the samsung galaxy tab 7” and I’d like to upgrade it to the latest android version.

    Thank you for your information

  2. I have not received the update. I am with Bell Mobility with a •GALAXY S II LTE HD – Model SGH 1757M Android Version is 2.3.6 and build number is GINGERBREAD>UGLCA. Should I be able to have the Android 4.0 version and ICS?

  3. hey, i have downloaded the 216mb installation package and installed for the first time.
    i dont understand y the installation failed.
    i opened to see my file manager and couldnt notice the inst.pack
    i hope the inst.pack has been stored in the internal phone storage somewhere.
    i have restored my phone as said by android advices to press the vol down+home key+power key and deleted the cache partitions.
    Finally
    i downloaded once again the inst.pack and instead of installing, have
    delayed the installation to know the correct procedure to install
    without any trouble and dont want to take the risk of Failure…
    Plss Help me Guys!

  4. hi I haven’t seen update on Rogers device SGH-I727R. My phone is un-rooted with 2.3.5 Android version. My phone does not have Software Upgrade from Settings > About Phone… :s Kies doesn’t show any sort updates

  5. I have the Samsung Galaxy S II X and i cant find the software update in the about phone. i want to get the 4.0 OS but I cant seem to access it anywhere. Help?

  6. came for me in middle east but after upgrading it through mobile . it goes on the boot up screen and switches off

  7. Middle may and no news of ICS for Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus !
    Any news when it’ll be available??

  8. Can anyone kindly point me where I can find the factory firmware for Canadian Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi (no carrier). Thank you in advance.

  9. Has anyone seen an update yet? I’m on Rogers (SGII LTE, rooted). I haven’t seen any comments anywhere from Canadians actually receiving ICS upgrades.

      1. No, I had my phone rooted but via kies, it said that my phone can upgrade to ICS. Right now I’m finding a way to root my phone.

  10. Hi, I am in Saudi Arabia and have Samsung Galaxy SII, Baseband version I9100XXKI4, Android Version 2.3.5, Kernel Version 2.6.35.7-19100JPKJ2-CL655700 root@DELL143 #2. Please let me know when and how to obtain latest ICS Update for my phone. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  11. I’m in Canada, however my Galaxy Note is the European version model GT-N7000 when will ICS come out for my device? It came factory unlocked.

  12. Why does everybody say Menu > Settings > About Phone > Software upgrade when there is NO Software Upgrade in that location?
    Tony

    1. Because that is the way you can check whether the update is available or not.

  13. Dear Friend, All Galaxy tab 7.0 owners will appreciate the upgrade of ICS. You have always helped us providing the information. Please update your tutorial for Galaxy tab 7.0 to update to ICS…. I hope all will agree and appreciate your efforts

    1. Thanks, we will soon come out with that article as well. Keep checking back.

    1. I have the Tab 10.1 wifi no carrier and never been rooted, I don’t have the update available yet either.

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