AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2 gets Android 4.0.4 software upgrade
If you’ve got an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 in your hands, then you’re going to want to check for the latest software update that’s available for it through Samsung Kies. That’s because Samsung has just started rolling out the proper Android 4.0.4 software upgrade for it, letting users go from Android 4.0 to something that’s a little higher up in the Galaxy S2 software line.
Samsung first released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software upgrade for the AT&T Galaxy S2 earlier this year and had an official software rollout all throughout the summer. This new update brings it to 4.0.4, and although it’s no Jelly Bean, it’s still quite useful. It adds a number of new features that, to most users of modern smartphones, are sorely needed.
It’s worth noting that this software upgrade only applies to units of the original Samsung Galaxy S2 a.k.a. SGH-i777. So if you have a Galaxy S2 Skyrocket or anything of the sort, tough luck. Feel free to use Samsung Kies to download and install this software upgrade otherwise.