If you have recently bought an all new Galaxy Fit S5670 handset and if you are wondering on how you can update your phone then we are here to guide you with the same. Right from the Pre upgrade instructions to the enhancements which this all new firmware comes along with and followed by the last but not the least the procedure to update with an all new firmware which has been leaked recently. The all new firmware version which has been leaked is dubbed as XWKQ2 and is the Gingerbread 2.3.4 release, this Gingerbread release is the third Gingerbread leak version which has some of the bug fixes when compared to the earlier two Gingerbread 2.3.4 versions had difficulties while updating. So, in the due course of this update we will see on how you can update with the Gingerbread XWKQ2 2.3.4 version.
This version of Gingerbread 2.3.4 XWKQ2 is not a KIES release or the official version which you will have to take a note of as we hold no responsibility if anything happens to your device though we will guide you and will try our level best to assist you and help you to get out of problem if there are any. Though this version is not the official version, this version has just few bugs which are nominal and no bugs are serious bugs which can potentially spoil your device. This update comes as a respite for all those who are having issues with the last firmwares and also for all those who wanted to experience something new as still most of the devices are not on the Gingerbread 2.3.4 version officially, not even the latest and the World’s most powerful smart phone which is Samsung Galaxy S2 GT I9100 as of now as still its awaiting the release of Gingerbread 2.3.4 release.
Note: You will have to reconfigure the APN settings after updating the firmware to access the data services and the Internet services as all the Internet APN settings will be reset. You will have to contact your Service provider to get more info on the APN Settings. Not to forget also configure the MMS Settings. Also, we hold no responsibility if anything goes wrong which is an unlikely event if anything goes wrong.