Just a couple of days ago, we’ve talked about a leaked Android 4.0.3 ICS ROM for the AT&T branded Samsung Galaxy Note handset and today another Android ICS update leak has appeared for another AT&T handset. The folks over XDA Developers Forum have leaked out the official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the AT&T branded Samsung Galaxy S II SGH-i777 handset. AT&T has already announced the list of the handsets that will be upgraded to ICS in the near future and Samsung Galaxy S II is one of them and HTC Vivid was the first AT&T handset, which has ben already upgraded to the official Android ICS build.
The source is claiming that “this ROM is the official “leak” of Samsung’s ICS UCPLC5 firmware”, while it comes rooted and deodexed. There’s no list of major bugs to be found and reports indicate this Ice Cream Sandwich ROM is working relatively smooth. It will bump the build number up to IML74K.
You can download the leaked Android 4.0.3 Ice cream Sandwich ROM for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II handset from the links provided here at below.
Please remember that installing this ROM may void the warranty and bring any harm to your handset. So, if you understand the risk, click on the source link and proceed at your own risk.