XDA Developers via AdamLange have just posted new Galaxy S4 firmware. This leak comes before the official launch of this smartphone.
Each and every one of the consumers who have always wanted their very own Samsung Galaxy S4 can now discover how its firmware looks like thanks to the leak published by the popular developers forum. It looks like the ROM comes with the following name: I9500ZCUAMDG. This tool has China as its main market, though. Moreover, it’s the version which contains every single file that usually belongs to Odin. Here they are: modem, PDA and CSC.
AdamLange has promised to provide other leaks as soon as they happen. In the meantime, the firmware that has recently been leaked is based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. According to the South Korean manufacturer, this translates into very nice features for the smartphone. These features also include the ones which usually come with a vanilla build.
has always been one of the most recommended ways to get rid of the issues which arrive whenever a phone or tablet user wishes to flash custom ROM.
Using this tool is also a great way to make sure that your Galaxy S4 returns to how it used to behave before you performed a certain procedure. Like in the case of a rooting, for instance. The same can be said of installing either kernels of custom ROMs on a device.
If you want to find out more about this leaked firmware that belongs to the much expected Galaxy S4, then head over to the XDA Developers forum and search for posts created by one of its users called, as mentioned, AdamLange. And keep in mind that there are many advantages to using default Odin packages whenever you feel like flashing various tools on your Galaxy S4 (and other smartphones alike).
The leaked firmware can be .
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