Samsung is cooking up Android ICS updates like there’s no tomorrow this summer.
The South Korean phone maker, known for its sluggish release of latest Android versions, is apparently making up for delays in the past. It has started to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich updates for all Galaxy Tab slates and the model-turned-lineup Galaxy S2. The horde of ICS updates does not stop there, as Samsung intends to bring Google’s mobile operating system to the smartphone-tablet hybrid, Galaxy Note.
Following the seeding of AT&T’s Galaxy Note 4.0 ICS update, Samsung released Android 4.0.4 for the international version of the device. Users who want to upgrade can do so via Samsung Kies or through an over-the-air (OTA) download.
Other than bug fixes, Android 4.0.4 brings a handful of new features that include popup play and signature unlock. It also adds some modifications to the user interface and, according to reports, better overall performance.
The update is currently available to select countries only, which include Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. The list will grow longer as more countries join the bandwagon in the coming days.
If you cannot wait for specific version for your country, the official images are available for download on this link and flash it thru Odin. Note: Check if your device has the reported eMMC bug if ever you proceed with the update.