How To Update Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 with Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 Alpha Firmware

Ice Cream Sandwich LogoAdvisory: This firmware is not for newbies and is just for the developers as it is an Alpha release of the firmware, the only things which work in the Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 port are the Lock Screen and initial touch screens. No, Calling or Messaging or Application can be accessed in this Port of ICS 4.0 for Galaxy SL I9003.

In a bid towards development of an all new Ice Cream Sandwich version of firmware for Samsung Galaxy SL I9003, the alpha version of ICS leaks out which we will see in the due course of the article. Please note that this is the beta release and not the official or the completed beta release. If you want to update to the most stable version for your Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 then we recommend you to update your phone with the Gingerbread 2.3.5 release which is none other than XXKPN. We are also pleased to inform that there are no major issues which are reported in this XXKPN version.

So, coming back to the Android 4.0 ice Cream Sandwich for Galaxy SL I9003, this is the alpha port and soon we will see the near stable or beta version of ICS 4.0 for I9003 before the end of March 2012 as per our close sources who are into this building of ICS 4.0 for Galaxy SL I9003. Also, there is no clue from Samsung that by when it will launch this ICS officially.

Disclaimer: At Android Advices, we have made sure in all respects that all the information regarding the firmware update is mentioned correctly in this article. We hold no responsibility in any manner just in case if any damage happens to your Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 which is a very unlikely event if you follow the instructions carefully.

Over a due course of this article we will see on what is the list of quick pre requisites followed by the procedure to apply the update of this Ice Cream Sandwich.

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