Samsung Galaxy S3 is probably the most popular Android smartphone on the planet today. There is no need to go on and on talking about the many benefits associated in owning this device. If you are among the proud owners of this gadget, you will be pleased to know that a new Android firmware has leaked that is sure to make the phone more amazing. The Jellybean 4.1.1 XXDLH7 Firmware is scheduled to be released on August 29th officially but a lot of people could not wait for that date. If you are one of those people, then you can easily install this new software into your Galaxy S3 through a simple process you will find here.
However, before you do that, it is important to take precautions. First, you need to back up all your data onto somewhere safe, like on a memory card or computer. It is also vital to ensure that the manufacturers have already unlocked the device and that it has at least 80 percent charge before proceeding with the process of installation. Keep in mind this firmware is only suitable for the Galaxy S3 and not any other phone such as Galaxy S1 or S2. Ok, so if you have done the above then you are ready to go and this is how you do it:
- Download the 4.1.1 XXDLH7 Firmware and then extract the file
- Also download Odin v1.85
- Switch off the Galaxy S3 and restart it in download mode. You can do this by pressing and holding the Home, Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time until you see the Samsung Galaxy logo at which point you will release all the buttons and press the power button alone to enter download mode.
- While still in download mode, use the USB cable to connect the device to your PC
- Run the Odin on your PC and select the displayed files in this order:
- CODE, select by clicking on PDA
- MODEM, select by clicking on the Phone
- CSC, select by clicking on CSC
- Pit, select by clicking on PIT
Note : If this CSC and MODEM files are not visible then do not select them
- Click to begin the installation
- Once the installation is done, the phone will restart. Then disconnect it from the PC and restart it once again in recovery mode.
- Then select the option Wipe Data. To perform this task, Factory Reset
- Then boot in the new software by selecting Reboot System
There you have it, enjoy your new Jelly Bean 4.1.1 platform on your Galaxy S3 !