How To Update Samsung Galaxy S 4G to UVKG4 Gingerbread 2.3.4 Firmware
If you recently updated your Samsung Galaxy S 4G last time from here to the Gingerbread 2.3 version then you now have a reason to cheer as we will see on how you can update with the latest version of firmware for your Galaxy S 4G which is none other than Gingerbread 2.3.4. This all new version of Gingerbread version is having the version as UVKG4 2.3.4. Please note that this version of update which we will be seeing in the due course of this article only applies to the Samsung Galaxy S 4G handset with the model number as T959V. Please note that if you apply this following update to any other handset or even on the similar looking phone then you will only brick your phone which may or may not be reversible.
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The best part of this update of UVKG4 2.3.4 is that since this version is the global update and not a region specific update, any one with the Galaxy S 4G can proceed to update their phone. Since this is a beta update, you may face some minor issues but there are no such major issues which have been reported as we will ensure that all your issues are addressed properly and also all you need to ensure that you follow each and every single which are mentioned in the due course of this article.
So, let’s proceed and see on what are the pre requisites which you will have to follow before we proceed for the procedure to update the device along with the things which are now improved in this update with the instructions to update the device.
Do i need to Root my Phone before i update with this firmware?
The answer is “NO” as rooting is different from the firmware update. Rooting basically opens up the device with which you can even access the system level files which cannot be done in a non-rooted phone. This firmware update doesn’t require you to root your phone before you proceed for the firmware update. Another thing is that if you have already rooted your phone before then after applying this firmware the root access will be revoked and then again you will have to root your device to get the root access.
Rooting is not the one which is same as the Updating the firmware as both are totally different things. The firmware which we will be seeing is the Stock Beta ROM and are the leaks for the Official ROMs and not like the ones like Cyanogen or other Private ROMs for Galaxy S 4G.
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