Jul 27th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:07 pm

We’ve always suspected Samsung would try to work at breakneck speeds to get Android 2.2 out to their Galaxy S users (there’s no way they’ll sell the phone in every market known to man and not pour a ridiculous amount of resources into it) but we weren’t expecting it so soon. A test build of the official Android 2.2 update (international version) has been leaked by Samsung Firmwares.


Firmware version I9000XXJP1 clocks in at 252MB and supports a myriad of languages: Polski,  Portugues,  Romana,  Slovencina,  Slovenian,  Suomi,  Svenska,  Turkce,  Russian,  Chinese, Bulgarian, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch, English, Espanol, Francais, Hrvatski,  Italiano,  Latvian,  Lithuanian,  Magyar,  Nederlands.

The file should be available very early tomorrow morning (5am Eastern Time, to be exact) so if you have an international version of the Galaxy S (it won’t work for the Samsung Vibrant and Samsung Captivate) be sure to check back in with Samsung Firmwares for the download.

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