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Galaxy S2 – Tips On Updating With Jellybean 4.1.1 Firmware

Well, we all know that Samsung continues to release a wide range of amazing electronics but their most popular ones are the smartphones. For a while now, Samsung continues to release the most efficient smart phones that have created a revolution in the world of mobile phones. The popular Samsung Galaxy S II is still a good buy even with the upgrade of the SIII. This is because it is cheaper, smaller and it weighs less. It has a strong OS with 1 GB RAM and big internal memory. It comes with a regular SIM card slot so it is universally accepted.  You also get an 8MP camera and a 2MP camera at the front.

Galaxy S2 - Android Jellybean 4.1.1 Firmware Update

The good news is that once you get your Samsung galaxy S II, you can now upgrade it to match the specs of the more modern and latest Samsung series. There is a new release of firmware that is used to customize and optimize the mobile phone ROM. This is the popular Jellybean form the Android platform. This has become popular among Samsung users even though Samsung did not release it but it works perfectly fine. It comes with a host of efficient upgrades and features for the handset so if you want to enjoy the jailbreaking capabilities, read on!

Follow the below given steps to update your Samsung Galaxy SII with Jellybean 4.1.1 Firmware :-

  • Make sure that you have a backup of all the data that you need in your phone. This is to protect your information, apps and any other useful data from possible corrupted files if something goes wrong during installation. Make sure that you have at least 50% of your battery charge.
  • Turn off all the security measures so that you do not interrupt any of the processes.
  • Download a Root Checker to confirm that you are rooted on the firmware so that you can be on the correct firmware that is ICS based. Then you can proceed to the Jellybean 4.1.1 Firmware download and combine it with a Google apps package on your computer.
  • Using your USB cable, save the zip folder in your device and then disconnect it and turn it off. Make sure that you hold the start button together with the volume up button as you switch it on so that the device can enter into recovery mode. While there, go to the factory reset option and wipe cache participation. Go to Advanced and if you are on the custom ROM firmware option, clear the Dalvik cache too.
  • Go to your zip folder and follow the prompts it gives you.
  • It takes around five minutes to install automatically. After installation, switch off your device and switch it on again. Viola, there you have it!


Mike is a software engineer with a love for tinkering with smart phone devices. He spends a lot of time moving pictures to his SD card, because the Android keeps running out of memory. In his spare time, he travels to different parts of the world and takes one of his Android devices with him.

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