Tag Archives: Galaxy S II

Galaxy S II Color Refresh Shown In Monthly 4G Promotional Video

In a minor bit of news today, T-Mobile is set to introduce a color refresh to the Galaxy S II, perhaps with a new Monthly 4G edition. As seen in the image above, the Monthly packaged 4G Galaxy S II outed via this promotional video is decidedly not black. Earlier in the month we outed T-Mobile’s current roadmap which indicated an October 29th launch for the “Samsung Galaxy S II Color Refresh.” … [read full article]

Huawei Summit, Blackberry Curve 9315, New Galaxy S II Color Pictured In Press Shots

With our early morning roadmap news, it was only a matter of time before we got a look at some of the unannounced equipment contained within that roadmap. It took a little less time than we expected, but we’ve got a look at the Huawei Summit, and a possible new color of the Galaxy S II. As an extra bonus, thanks to our friend at @evleaks, we’ve also … [read full article]

(Updated) New T-Mobile Roadmap Shows Possible Release Dates For Windows Phone 8X, LG Optimus L9

With T-Mobile’s pre-holiday smartphone lineup pretty well-known at this point, all that;s left to discover are actual release dates. Well, we’re back with another look at T-Mobile’s upcoming roadmap and a few anticipated devices are visibly marked including the LG Optimus L9, and the HTC Windows Phone 8X. Absent is the Galaxy Note II, but that’s not surprising, nor alarming given that it’s a flagship device and may not be on … [read full article]

Samsung Releases Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Device List For Future Upgrades

A new Samsung support site is detailing the company’s upcoming schedule for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and it’s pretty much what we’ve already heard. As for T-Mobile, it now lists the Galaxy S III only. However, it was just 10 days ago that a detailed Samsung list highlighted potential T-Mobile devices as the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab 7.0 that are also going to have … [read full article]

Samsung Fix For Galaxy S III Reset Exploit Already Out In Most Recent Software Update

Samsung isn’t wasting any time getting in front of this story after reports went wide yesterday that a number of Galaxy devices were capable of being hard-reset when clicking a very specific URL in a browser. Samsung has issued a quick statement saying that a fix is “already” in place along with assurances that the Galaxy S III is not vulnerable. In fact, as you can see in the video blow, … [read full article]

(Updated With New Details) TouchWiz Exploit Can Reset A Device Just By Visiting A Website

Samsung Galaxy S II and S III owners beware as an exploit caused by a single line of code can cause an unstoppable factory reset of your Samsung device. Posted by Pau Oliva earlier in the day, the code was at first only thought to affect the Galaxy S II however, new reports since this morning have indicated that a number of other Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S III suffer from the same exploit. The hack … [read full article]

Walmart, T-Mobile Partner For $299 Galaxy S II On Monthly4G Plans

T-Mobile and Walmart have announced a brand new promotion pairing up the Galaxy S II for a special price of $299 with T-Mobile’s Monthly 4G plan. Choose any no annual contract Monthly4G plan of $30 per month or higher and score the Galaxy S II for that very sweet price. The offer is available at more than 2,600 Walmart stores nationwide and the offer extends to Walmart’s own Family Mobile service, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Maintenance Update Removes Universal Search

Yesterday’s update for the Galaxy S II on T-Mobile may have peaked our interest with the addition of an ISIS update, but it’s the remove of Universal Search that our attention today. An eagle-eyed Android Police reader, along with a host of you in the comments and on Twitter caught the removal of the feature from the device after the update. It’s unfortunate to see the removal of the feature, which now … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S II Update Includes Bug Fixes, ISIS Support

Samsung Galaxy S II owners rejoice as a brand new maintenance update includes bug fixes that will hopefully work out a number of issues you’ve had since the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Unfortunately, T-Mobile’s support website doesn’t detail exactly what “bug fixes” entails, but we can only hope they fix a number of the issues encountered after the anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich update. The real highlight of this update is the ISIS/NFC … [read full article]