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Official Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich Beta ROM Leaked
Some Galaxy S II owners might already have experimented with an AOSP port of Android ICS. It turns out that Samsung is working on an official release of ICS for their flagship phone, and a beta of this ROM has been leaked. The ROM has TouchWiz slapped on top of ICS, so don’t expect to see the launcher that ships on the Galaxy Nexus. Rather, you’ll find bits and pieces of ICS in various menus and settings throughout the operating system. The beta ROM doesn’t work completely (users are reporting that 3G is broken), but looks good enough for experimental use. Click on to the discussion thread to start flashing.
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