New Official Android 4.0.3 ROM for Samsung Galaxy S II Leaks

The latest iteration of the ROM is more stable than previous versions

By on February 17th, 2012 13:00 GMT

About two weeks ago an official Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Galaxy S II leaked online, but it wasn’t that stable and the power draining was outrageous.

Today, a fresh new ROM for Samsung’s popular Galaxy S II smartphone has just popped-up at SamMobile. I9100XXLPH has an updated build date attached on it, February 9.

This is an Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for Galaxy S II, which included Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface.

The new ROM has been improved and seems to be the last testing release before the official launch of the final version, which is expected to go live on March 1.

Apparently, the battery lasts much longer now, which means energy management has been optimized. Unfortunately, the touch features are a bit worse than on previous version of the ROM.

However, the general conclusion seems to be that this is definitely better than LPB. For more details on how to download and install this ROM head over to SamMobile’s site.

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