Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G on the T-Mobile network is the affordable Samsung handset making use of the T-Mobile has been updated to the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. So moving from the Android 2.3.6 to the Android 4.0 ICS you can see lot many changes on your device. The update file size is the 15.7 MB which can easily bring the Android 4.0.4 to your device and it will be available from October 3, 2012 all across United States. So do check out for this update on your device.
Among the improvements and enhancements included in this update includes the Mobile hotpost Icon location fix and includes the add email option fix. Just before updating your device you should ensure that you have 50 % battery life left on your device and also make sure that you have taken the backup of your device.
Update Via OTA: You can proceed with this update via the Over the Air update. So to begin updating your phone you should go through the Menu > Settings > About Phone and then tap on Software Update. Under that now tap on Update Now to begin the process of updating your device. If the software has been pushed to your device you will receive the notification of download on your mobile phone. You just need to download the content package and once installed on your device your phone would be restarted automatically.
You can update your device with this using the Samsung KIES the PC Suite for the Samsung smart phone as well. To being by this method you should ensure that you have the original USB cable and then connect your device to the PC using it. Make sure that all the USB drivers are loaded perfectly and once ready open Samsung KIES. Software version on your device is T769UVLH5 and this software update is completely optional.
KIES will automatically prompt you for availability of the Android 4.0.4 on the screen and you just need to follow the onscreen instructions to apply it on your device. Do let us know if you face any issues during the updating process.