Google and Samsung have yet to officially pumped out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II handset yet, but that won’t stop you from having it. Right? More than a couple of weeks ago, we’ve published about an article of the leaked custom build of the Android 4.0.1 ROM I9100XXKP1 for Samsung Galaxy S II handset. A couple of days ago, two more Android ICS ROMs have leaked for the same Galaxy S II handset. You can port either the leaked Android 4.0.3 ICS ROM I9100XXKP8 or the another Android 4.0.1 ICS ROM I9100XXKP4 on your Samsung Galaxy S II handset. Source has said that I9100XXKP8 is the best ICS firmware for the handset.
Both ROMs include Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on top of the ICS build on Galaxy S II handset. There might be chances that you will not even realize you’re looking at ICS at all. So, you will start seeing the real identity of the Android 4.0.x ICS build once you dive into menus, settings and other major areas of the handset.
You can download the Android 4.0.3 ICS ROM I9100XXKP8 and Android 4.0.1 ICS ROM I9100XXKP4 for the Samsung Galaxy S II handset provided here at below.
How To Install Android 4.0.1 ROM I9100XXKP4/ Android 4.0.3 I9100XXKP8 ROM on Galaxy S II
# Download the required Android ICS ROM from the above two links and extract it to using password “samfirmware.com” (remove the quotes).
# Open ODIN –> Select PIT – PDA (CODE) – PHONE (MODEM) and CSC.
# Turn your phone into download mode and start flashing –> Wait continuing until the until your phone reboot.
# Enjoy ICS goodies on your handset.
Check out the video demonstrations of the these two ICS ROMs on Galaxy S II handset here at below.