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HOW TO UPDATE YOUR SAMSUNG S2 MANUALLY WITH ODIN?

HOW TO UPDATE YOUR SAMSUNG S2 MANUALLY WITH ODIN?




Recently Samsung released ICS 4.0.4 XWLPX for Galaxy S2 (I9100) with minor bug fix and some improvements. This is the latest ICS version for Galaxy S2 so far. In some countries users can update to this version Over The Air (OTA). If this update not available in your country you can manuallyupdate the version using Odin.

This post describe the steps to manuallyupdate your Samsung Galaxy S2 to ICS 4.0.4 XWLPX using Odin.

Note :
1. Backup your important data.
2. Enable USB debugging in your phone.
3. Battery must have 60% or more charge.
4. Disable or Exit Antivirus and Kies if you are installed.
5. Your PC must install Kies or Galaxy S2 driver.

Steps: 
1. Download ICS 4.0.4 XWLPX from here
2. Download Odin from here
3. Extract the Update fileI9100XWLPX_I9100NEELP5_NEE.zip (You will get two filesI9100XWLPX_I9100XXLQ6_I9100NEELP5_HOME.tar.md5and SS_DL.dll).
4. Now, Extract and Open odin3 v1.85.exe.
5. Power off Galaxy S2.
6. Now boot in to download mode. ( Press and hold : Volume down key and Home button ( Center button ) ,now press and hold the power button to boot in to download mode)
7. In download mode connect your phone to PC.
8. Now look in Odin... ID:COM box will be yellow with a port name and Added! message will be displayed.

galaxy s2 odin update com port yellow

If not...then it will be the problem of your driver or USB cable ...recheck it.

9. In Odin..Click PDA and browse the update fileI9100XWLPX_I9100XXLQ6_I9100NEELP5_HOME.tar.md5 and Click Start.

galaxy s2 odin update pda and start

10. After complete update Odin will show PASS on top left and phone will reboot. now unplug phone from USB.
galaxy s2 odin update pass

Done !

Note : 
If the phone stuck at the boot screen...
1. Remove and reinsert your battery. 
2. Now boot into recovery mode. (Press and hold the Volume up and Home button ( Center button ) ,now press and hold the power button to boot in to recovery mode.
3. Apply wipe data/factory reset.
4. Apply wipe cache partition.
5. Finally reboot system...

Done !

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