Latest firmware Samsung Galaxy S2Samsung's second flagship was Galaxy S2 and tens of millions of people bought this phone. You will find below a list with the latest updates released for Galaxy S2. Even though Samsung only supports updates for 18 months on each device you can still get security updates to newer firmwares, however there is almost no chance that Galaxy S2 will ever get a new Android version (i.e 4.3 or 4.4 KitKat). It is important to keep your Galaxy S2 updated to the latest firmware if you want to be protected from the latest threats or simply to ensure a better performance from your device. Moving on, we'll present you the official methods to update your Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100.

How to update my Samsung Galaxy S2

Samsung Kies First of all there is the official Samsung methods using their software, Kies. You can download Samsung Kies for free from Samsung, and then use it to search and install updates. You can also use it for other management tasks. You can read this in-depth tutorial on Samsung Kies for more info on how to use it. OTA Updates Samsung also pushes over-the-air updates, for which you don't need to install any software. Just go to Settings>General>About Device>System Updates and check for new updates. Sometimes OTA updates are not available, so you should also check with Kies. Manually, using Odin For experienced users, there is also the manual installation method. For this you can use a software named Odin. You can restore to the stock firmware or unroot your device by manually installing a firmware. You can read more about using Odin to install an official firmware here.

The latest updates for Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100

Download the latest firmware here. First of all, you have to check your current firmware. Go to Settings>General>About device and look at the 'Build number'. You should see a code looking something like 'I9100XWLSS'. This represents the build number of your current firmware. Below is a table with the latest firmwares released for each country. Search for yours and see if you have a match with your current build number found earlier. If it is the same, then you have the latest firmware. If you don't see a match between the build numbers, then you can use the methods explained above to update your Galaxy S2 to the latest firmware. If you don't see your country in the list below, leave us a comment at the end of the article. New updates are marked in orange [table] Country, Date, Version, Build Number Belgium, 2013 November, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS1 Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Brazil, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100VJMS3 Brazil (Oi), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100VJMS3 Brazil (Oi), 2013 July, 4.0.4, I9100VJLPC Brazil (TIM), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100VJMS3 Brazil (VIVO), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100VJMS3 China, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100ZCLSJ China, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100ZNLS6 China (China Mobile), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100ZCLSJ Colombia (Comcel), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Croatia, 2013 November, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS1 Cyprus, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Cyprus (Cytamobile Vodafone), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Dominican Republic, 2013 June, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Ecuador, 2013 June, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 France, 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Greece, 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Hong Kong, 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100ZSMSA Hungary, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Hungary (T-mobile), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Ireland (O2), 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSZ Israel (Orange/Partner), 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100JHLS7 Italy, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Italy (TIM), 2013 December, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Luxembourg, 2013 June, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Nordic countries, 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS1 Norway (Telenor), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Paraguay (Claro), 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Poland (Play), 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Poland (PLUS), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Romania(COSMOTE),2013 April, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Romania(ORANGE), 2013 April, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSU Romania(VODAFONE), 2013 February, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSD Slovenia (Mobitel), 2013 December, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS2 South Africa, 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS South Africa, 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS South Africa (Vodafone), 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS South Africa (XFC), 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS South Africa (XFM), 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSZ South Africa (XFM), 2013 August, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Spain (Yoigo), 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Spain, 2014 January, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS3 Switzerland, 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSZ Switzerland, 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSZ Switzerland, 2013 June, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSW Switzerland, 2013 June, 4.1.2, I9100XWLSS Taiwan, 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100ZSMSA Taiwan, 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100ZSMSA Taiwan (Chunghwa), 2013 September, 4.1.2, I9100ZSMSA United Kingdom (Vodafone), 2014 January, 4.1.2, I9100XWMS2 Uruguay, 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Uruguay, 2013 July, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Uruguay (Claro), 2013 October, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 Venezuela, 2013 November, 4.1.2, I9100UHMS8 [/table] Leave us a comment for any info on the latest updates for your Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 and we'll be quick to respond you.

What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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