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Samsung Galaxy S Value Pack update leaks out

The Samsung Galaxy S Value Pack update that’ll bring some Android Ice Cream Sandwich goodness over to Sammy’s former flagship phone might not ever see the light of day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on one and try it out.

The controversial Value Pack update that was in the news not so long ago has just been leaked, ready to be downloaded and installed on awaiting Galaxy S handsets.

If you’re a Galaxy S owner who’s willing to give this unofficial update a try, you can look forward to enjoying new lock-screen sounds, faster browsing, Face Unlock, the ability to take photos while recording videos, and tinkering around with the image editor of the Galaxy S II on your Galaxy S smartphone.


Then just head on over here for the download link and tutorial on how to go about installing this leaked Value Pack update on your aging Samsung Galaxy S smartphone.

And once you’re done, don’t forget to hit us up in the comments section below ‘cause we’d love to hear your take on this unofficial Value Pack update for Sammy’s otherwise-neglected Android phone.

Allan David

Allan David

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    • joel x2|

      wow kelan kya ako mgkakaroon nyan?huhuhu

    • bad_boy|

      Wait, is Face Unlock part of the official package? If so, it sucks that the Nexus S doesn’t get it with ICS…


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