Samsung Galaxy Y is a well-known member of the Samsung Galaxy family. Just recently we found that Samsung has released an OTA update for the compact smartphone. The update apparently increases the system stability, but we are not sure what other improvements it brings. Some information show that the screen responsiveness has increased.
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Samsung Galaxy Y will not get Jelly Bean ever, because it will always run Gingerbread OS.
This new firmware is numbered S536ODDLF1 and the baseband version is S536ODDLF1.
For those who want to update their phones go to Settings, About Phone and look for a software update. If you don’t have it, it means that your region may not have received it yet. For now we are not really sure where the update will get released.
We’ll keep you posted with new updates for the Samsung Galaxy Y.
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