A small, 11MB over-the-air update is on its way to T-Mobile's variant of the Galaxy S II this morning, which brings a few minor enhancements to the year-old device. Among those, you'll find a "Qualcomm fix," along with Vlingo S Voice improvements, and some general security enhancements.


As usual with Samsung devices, there are a couple of different ways you can apply the update to your device. First – and probably the easiest – is to just pull it via OTA; you can either wait until the automatic notification shows up letting you know that an update is available, or head into Settings > About Phone > System Updates to manually check. Alternatively, it can also be applied via Samsung's Kies software – plugging your device into a PC and launching Kies should prompt the install process.

The OTA will be rolling out in phases, and should reach all handsets by February 7th.


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  • Chris Brooks

    Weird timing considering Jelly Bean came out overseas yesterday for the Galaxy S2.

    • http://twitter.com/catdumpling Cat MacKinnon

      my thoughts too. maybe this is to prepare for the JB update?

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1279884919 Joe Pierce

        Doubt it. Remember how long it took us to get ICS for our S2?

  • Steve Speiser

    It's frustrating and upsetting how T-Mobil always seems to be very untimely with updates.

  • rmeden

    T-Mobile was pretty insistent on the update! I did a backup and let it update my LH1. Seemed to work fine, but it still shows LH1... I also didn't lose root. :) So it probably just closes the security holes and doesn't hurt anything.