How To Update Samsung Galaxy Gio S 5660 to Gingerbread XXKQ3 2.3.4 Firmware
Galaxy Gio, one of the most affordable smart phones has now got one of the most latest firmware update in the form of Gingerbread 2.3.4. So, for all those who has recently purchased this phone and wished that their device was loaded with the Gingerbread 2.3.4 version then this version comes to your rescue. This version of the firmware is dubbed as XXKQ3 and is the better version of Gingerbread 2.3.4 than ever as last version of the Gingerbread firmware version was reported with few errors but most of the errors are solved in this version which is the best part of this firmware.
So, in the due course of this article we will watch out on how you can easily update the firmware of your Galaxy Gio with the help of one simple tutorial which will be discussed in the further part of this article. The only thing i would like to request you is that kindly follow the instructions which are mentioned in this article as it has been found that most of the users doesn’t follow the instructions and tend to skip some crucial instructions which again is a very bad thing as it leads to the improper flashing of the firmware and results in the bricking of the phone.
Please note that, if you have rooted your Samsung Galaxy Gio earlier then you will have to note that updating with this firmware will un root the device, so you will have to root the device again if you wish to after upgrading to the latest 2.3.4 Gingerbread XXKQ3 version. Many of the users also have the locked versions of Galaxy Gio but you will have to note that updating with this firmware may or may not work with your phone so we hold no responsibility if you update the device which is networked locked handset. Irrespective of the version on which you are currently On, you can easily proceed to update your device but it’s very important to follow all the instructions which are given below carefully as if you don’t follow even a single instruction then there is a high possibility that you may end up bricking up your device, so make sure that you follow the instructions below so as to facilitate the smoother firmware update process.