Yet another wireless carrier in the United States started to deliver the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software update to its Galaxy S II users, namely AT&T.
Users are already receiving the update on their Samsung devices, but they are enjoying only the Android 4.0.3 flavor
of the new OS, and not the Android 4.0.4, as expected.
As usual, the update is being pushed to Galaxy S II owners through the Samsung Kies software, which means that people will have to connect the handset to a desktop computer to receive it.
The software will automatically find and download the new OS as soon as the phone is plugged in, and the process will take about 10 minutes, a post
on Android Central forums reads.
Galaxy S II users on T-Mobile’s network also received Ice Cream Sandwich, which leaves Sprint the only carrier that hasn’t delivered it to its Epic 4G Touch.