One of the most exciting things that are released through the atmosphere is news about smartphone leaks. You have probably overheard that Samsung will soon release an update for some versions of their popular Smartphone Galaxy S3.
This update comes in the form of the Android Jelly Bean, and is expected to be released at the end of this month of August 2012. Nevertheless, you, like most other people are tired of the long wait and the end of the month seems centuries away. The good news is that the test for the update has experienced leakage on to the net and anyone interested can install it. If you so wish, you can flash the Galaxy Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean version I9300XXDLH4 into your device.
When it comes to firmware updates of flagship phones, Samsung has always been great. The company’s new leaked firmware for Galaxy S3 has the most recent version of Android along with several other special features that were not in the older firmware. The company is cautioning its customers not to install the leaked firmware and be patient until the 29th of August when they will officially launch the upgrade as they release the Note 2 in Berlin, Germany during the IFA event. On this day, the company is expected to steal the limelight on various levels.
Before the leak of the Galaxy Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware, Samsung had previously announced that you could download the I9300XXDLG4 firmware upgrade and try it out on your device. The company might have the changed its mind and stated the release will happen at the end of the month. At the present, a second Galaxy S3 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean make has come into existence, the version I9300XXDLH4, and is set to be flashed on to your precious Galaxy device. Since the firmware is a pre-release ROM, you will certain come across minor challenges while you are trying to install it. Here is how you can go about the updating process :-
- Open the file.
- Open the file that the firmware contains.
- Restart your device in while the hardware is on the download mode.
- Connect the handset and wait for the yellow sign Odin.
- Beginning the flashing process and give it a while. It is vital to be aware that the process will remove all your data from the phone thus you need to back up important files.
- Choose factory reset.
- Then select reboot button and you are set!