Samsung Galaxy S’ much needed ICS ‘Value Pack’ leaked
The Android Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S is on a see-saw. First Samsung announced that they’ll not bring in ICS upgrade due to issue with TouchWiz on the Galaxy S, and also some other issue with the RAM and ROM. And after pressure from users it said that it’ll try to bring in a ‘Value Pack’ with features similar to ICS on Galaxy S but then said that it had no such plans. And now we hear that a supposedly ‘Value Pack’ for the device has leaked bring in a few features of the ICS.
- Face Unlock
- Updated Camera
- General improved performance
- Photo Editor from Galaxy SII
- Unlock screen from Galaxy Note
- Faster Auto Rotations
- Smoother Stock Browser
This pack dates back to December 29 2011 and is based on the Android 2.3.6 and it’s still not clear if Samsung officially plans to release the update to users. If you wish to try the firmware then head over to the source link below.