Galaxy S II Skyrocket Update to Android 2.3.6 Pushing Now


The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket is receiving an update today to Android 2.3.6, a version which Google initially pushed to correct a Google voice search bug and other minor issues. It isn’t clear if AT&T and Samsung have added in any new elements along with the update, though we expect a few under-the-hood elements have been addressed. If you are among those calling the LTE device your own, you can pull the update by navigating to ‘Software update’ under the Settings menu.

[via AndroidCentral]

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  1. w00t. Installing now. Hopefully Google Voice will work after the update … sigh.

    1. So, what’s the verdict? Does it? I’m very likely to purchase this phone tomorrow, and I love my Google Voice!

    2. What was wrong with Google Voice? I had mine working with 2.3.5 :D

  2. Anyone have the OTA for download? I keep getting something interfered with the process after reboot

  3. Does anyone know if there will ever be an update to help with the battery life issue?

    1. I simply turned off automatic background sync and wifi when I’m not using it…that did it for me.  I haven’t noticed leaving bluetooth on to cause any additional drain.  I also stopped clearing out my ram as I was worried that I was killing a needed battery management feature that was causing the wifi issue.  I now seem to be getting a pretty respectable life out of the battery. 

      1. We need some sort of LTE switch, so if we’re not in an area then our phone isn’t searching for signal..

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