Majority of devices are still waiting for the ICS Android 4.0 upgrade since its launch. The good news is, Samsung Canada has finally officially confirmed that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update will roll out to some selected Samsung Galaxy devices beginning from May 1 via Over the Air (OTA).
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest Android operating system that was launched in November the previous year along with the debut of Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Since then all manufacturer are waiting for the deployment of Android 4.0 on their leading smartphones and tablets.
The previous month, Samsung Galaxy S II was entitled to receive the ICS update. The list of some other smartphone devices that are yet to receive the update includes:
- GALAXY S II
- GALAXY S II LTE
- GALAXY S II LTE HD
- GALAXY S II X
- GALAXY Note
- GALAXY Tab 7.0
- GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus
- GALAXY Tab 8.9
- GALAXY Tab 10.1
Samsung Galaxy S II and its variants updates have released in Canada beginning from today as there were not released earlier. Quiet recently, two smartphones called Galaxy S II X and Galaxy S II LTE HD were released. Both are NFC enabled smartphones
that utilize the Android beam technology by which users can share any content, web pages, and YouTube Videos with a simple click on their smartphones.
However the availability of this software upgrade depends on the model and on the
wireless carriers requirements. In case you have received any OTA notifications from Samsung about this software update then pull down your notifications bar and tap on Download button to proceed with the installation.
Users who haven’t received any notifications can manually check by navigating through the path Menu > Settings > About Phone > System update and tap on Check for an update. In case you find any update available, then proceed with the installation else you can check back later.