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Update Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

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I have a Galaxy S2 Korean version with an ICS ROM. I want to update it to the possible latest version of Android. Please help?

Jelly bean 4.3 or any later version that is possible.


Yes, you can update your Korean Samsung Galaxy S2 to Jelly Bean. There are Korean models of the Samsung Galaxy S4, and they depend on the carrier through which you bought your device.

  • KT -- Model SHW-M250K
  • LG You+ -- Model SHW-M250L
  • SK Telecom -- Model SHW-M250S

Take your phone's model number and search for it on the XDA Forums. Once you find your phone, click the Android Development option and find a ROM you want. Once you find one, follow the instructions in the article below to flash it to your device.

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