I'm running a standard non-rooted Galaxy SII (details below). It's apparently an "International model" (maybe that's why Samsung UK and Samsung USA have refused to help me, even though the phone is still under warranty).
The phone is fine, but as you can see, it's still running Android 2.3.4!
I can connect to the latest version of Kies with no problems, but it tells me there are no updates available for my phone. Surely that can't be right?
When I try to check the updater on the phone itself (via Wi-fi), it tells me the same thing.
The gobbledygook that appears in Kies follows:
This is the latest firmware.
Current firmware version: PDA:K12 / PHONE:K11 / CSC:K12 (VNO)
Latest firmware version: PDA:K12 / PHONE:K11 / CSC:K12 (VNO)
My phone info follows:
Model Number: Galaxy SII GT-I9100 (GSMH)
Android version: 2.3.4
Baseband version: I9100UHK11
Kernel version: 18.104.22.168-I9100UHK12-CL553601 se.infra@SEI-07#2
Build number: GINGERBREAD.UHK12
Guys - what's going on here - can anyone help me and maybe other frustrated users in my position?
I would be eternally grateful!!!
By the way - I live in Brazil - and use one of the local GSM carriers - don't know if that's an issue here?