Late is always better than never. I suppose that’s exactly what Samsung was thinking after releasing a few PowerPoint slides walking European Galaxy S II users through the Android 4.0 update process for their GT-I9100’s. Samsung went through painstaking detail to make sure every base was covered, almost over complicating what would normally be a simple update process. They did do a rather good job of highlighting all the new ICS features and the entire PP doc has been converted to a handy PDF if you guys want to take the full tour. This will be exactly what GSII users in the states can expect once our carriers finally get around to updating our devices to the TouchWiz’d Ice Cream Sandwich.
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