Leaked Samsung Galaxy S firmware brings Face Unlock, more

A leaked official firmware for Samsung Galaxy S has come to light and is being dubbed as the so-called value pack update. There is clearly not much value in this value pack, Samsung seems to have thrown Face Unlock, a photo editor app, ability to take pictures simultaneously while shooting a video, and a new lock-screen.

If you like the above tweaks and features, you can grab the download from this XDA thread and flash it via ODIN onto your Galaxy S I9000.

Samsung was recently reported declining any plans to bring ICS or a pseudo update to Galaxy S and it seems to be sticking to that. This leaked firmware is in no-way a value –pack one would have hoped for.

Samsung Galaxy S I9000XXJVU Details:

  • Android Version: Android 2.3.6
  • Build Date: December 29 2011
  • Change List: 851880

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1 thought on “Leaked Samsung Galaxy S firmware brings Face Unlock, more

    Tahir

    (January 7, 2012 - 1:13 pm)

    Can I use this Firmware for Galaxy S2????

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