How To Update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 with XXKK6 Gingerbread 2.3.6 Firmware
XXKK6 Gingerbread 2.3.6 firmware is the latest November release for the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 device. This update comes at a time when some users have reported issues regarding the Wi Fi bug but this update seems to have worked pretty well for the users on Static IP. Please note that this is not an Official update released by Samsung Electronics and is the beta leaked version. It is very unfortunate that despite Galaxy Y phone being on the latest and official 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware, there are issues with the firmware.
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Applying this firmware to your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 will not root the device in any manner. Also, just in case if you have rooted the device earlier then the rooting will be revoked and you can claim back the lost warranty. Just in case if you wish to root your phones then we will soon come up with the rooting article.
For all those who doesn’t know What Rooting Is? Then we would like to tell you in a simple one liner that Rooting is basically a technique wherein the third party tools or apps are given the permission to access the system level files for required customizations in the form of Custom ROMs and other tweaks.
So, let’s quickly proceed to the list of pre Requisites which you need to follow from the below mentioned link.
NOTE: Please note that from the blow link you need not download any file and need to just follow the instructions to backup and other important things from the below mentioned link.
So, assuming that you have followed the list of pre requisites from the above link, lets proceed to the procedure to apply Gingerbread XXKK6 in the next page.