Vodafone has announce that the update to Android 4.0 for their Galaxy S II has gone live today. After careful testing to ensure the highest level of quality for their customers, owners of the Samsung Galaxy S2 on Vodafone will be able to update their handsets to the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system on Friday April 13th.
Bringing all the great new features of the latest Android OS to your Samsung smartphone, the new update will initially be made available via Samsung KIES, with over-the-air updates becoming available on Tuesday 17 April.
As well as adding a new look and feel to your smartphone, Android 4.0 also packs a wide range of great new features to make the Samsung Galaxy S2 user experience better, more intuitive and more enjoyable than ever.
Beginning Nov. 10, AT&T customers that have a Samsung Captivate Glide can update their phone to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Android 4.0 simplifies common actions and includes a new typeface optimized for high-resolution screens to boost readability.
The many new features range from the new browser with improved page loading, tabbed browsing, offline reading and desktop mode. There are new lock/unlock features like the ability to unlock right to the camera, texting, phone dialer, or home screen, or you can use Face Unlock which lets you unlock your screen using facial recognition technology.
You can easily swipe away notifications with all the new notifications bar and multitasking is a lot easier with the new Recent Apps Shortcut that allows you to switch between apps quickly. There's even a setting to aid your track important computer data usage.
Beginning today, AT&T customers can update their Pantech Burst and Element to Android 4.0 (Frozen treats Sandwich).
Android 4.0 makes your devices easier to use and more powerful than ever before. The many new features of the update include a new browser with improved page loading, tabbed browsing, offline reading and desktop mode. The brand new lock screen provides shortcuts towards the camera, text messaging, phone dialer and residential screen. You can also create desltop folders just by dragging one app icon onto another, and swipe away notifications bar.
Using this update, Pantech Element customers will have resizable widgets and an updated Setup Wizard with an increase of training information. Android 4.0 provides support for Burst users with Native Sync for AT&T Address Book, along with expanded camera options such as Self-Mode and Panorama Capture. Also featured will be the new Recent Apps button, which lets users move from one task to another using the list inside the System Bar.
You can download the update by visiting
https://www.pantechusa.com/upgrade/burst/ (for Element)
https://www.pantechusa.com/upgrade/element/ (for Burst)