Samsung’s promise to bless the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-19100 with the latest Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Firmware update has given a new reason to the owners of the phone to entertain it for a longer time. There had been so many rumors and reports foretelling the possible release date of this firmware for S2 for a few weeks, but we do have yet any update rolling out.

The recent leak of an Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean test firmware I9100XXLSJ at least stores an assurance that the official release is at hand. We have been informed by a Samsung source that the Jelly Bean update to the Samsung Galaxy S2 will not be coming before January 2013 due to the recent vulnerability issues with security in the new Jelly Bean firmware. So it a long time to wait!

But now we have got hands over the leaked test firmware that you can install on your Galaxy S2 and enjoy Jelly Bean till the official release arrives. The firmware can be flashed using Odin method that has been described below. Besides the leaked test firmware we also have a rooted version of the same firmware with root injected. You can download any of the firmwares and and flash it with the same procedure.

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Firmware Details:

This is a firmware for Unbranded internationAL version of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Therefore it can be flashed on any S3 (from any country (region) that is not locked to a network/SIM.

Android Version: 4.1.2
PDA: I9100XXLSJ
CSC: I9100OXXLS1
MODEM: I9100XXLS6
Changelist: 462349
Build Date: November 6,  2012

Make sure you make a backup ROM before flashing just in case you need it, if you go wrong somewhere being a noob. CWM compatibility would be added soon to the firmware and this post will be updated.

  • This is 100% stock leaked firmware with root and SuperSU injected.
  • You will lose CWM Recovery when you install this (since stock kernel will overwrite your CWM). You can just wait couple days until Siyah or Chainfire releases compatible kernel with custom recovery.

 

How to Install:

  1. Download the leaked firmware from the link above. Extract the zip.
  2. Download Odin3_v3.04.zip
  3. Download and install Samsung USB Drivers, if it is not installed on your computer.
  4. Turn on USB Debugging on your phone: Settings> Developer Options> turn on.
  5. Boot device into Download/Odin mode: Volume Down+Home+Power keys at the same time. When the screen turns up, press volume up to enter download mode.
  6. Connect the device to PC via USB Cable.
  7. If you have downloaded “i9100XXLSJrooted.tar” (the rooted firmware), directly click the PDA button, select it and hit on Start button. 
  8. Follow Step 8,9 and 10 if you have downloaded “I9100XXLSJ_I9100OXXLS1_OXX.zip” (extract the zip).
  9. Click on PDA and select CODE_I9100XXLSJ.tar
  10. Click on Phone and select MODEM_I9100XXLS6.tar
  11. Click on CSC and select CSC_HOME_OXX_I9100OXXLS1.tar
  12. Hit Start button and wait till you get a PASS! message and the device reboots. 
  13. Done! Your Galaxy S2 I9100 is now on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware.

Android 4.1.2 Galaxy S2 Screen-Shots:

 

30 COMMENTS

  1. Hi, I flashed it… thanks for the firmware… =)

    Btw, can i root it after i flash the unroot version?

  2. Hi, sorry if it is re-posted.

    1. Does this leaked firmware support Chinese language and also it’s input?
    2. If my S2 is I9100DXLPA, can i used this leaked firmware?

  3. Thanks for the reply. I will soon flash the leaked ROM. I would like to know about flashing custom roms, rooting and un rooting. Please let me know where I can get such information.

  4. Hi, will i lose warranty if flash the Unrooted 4.1.2 leaked firmware on my SGS2??
    I still have 10 months warranty remaining so don’t want to risk anything.
    And after flashing the leaked ROM, is there any way to go back to the Stock ICS ROM?

  5. Thanks for the fast response. I found where my mistake was – I plugged the MicroUSB cable not directly to the usb port of my computer. After doing this all worked fine. Untill now, I doesn’t found a bug on this release. Thanks!!!!

  6. Well, this method is tested by me and others. Anyways, I repeated the procedure again on my Galaxy s2 (added screenshot above) and it worked fine.I do not know where you have made a mistake. I will only advice you to go through the whole procedure again with more carefulness.

  7. Hi,

    I downloaded the rooted files, but
    I don’t understand how to do this
    “Extract the zip to find a file with .tar.md5 extension.”
    I have only “i9100XXLSJrooted.tar” and when I unzip it i become a folder with these files:

    boot.bin
    data.img
    factoryfs.img
    hidden.img
    param.lfs
    Sbl.bin
    zImage

    So, please give me an advice how to find/do/ this .tar.md5 file.

    Thanks in advance!

  8. Hi Simon, in fact I wrote the guide for the rooted firmware initially. Later I added the official leaked firmware too but forgot to write steps for it. Sorry, the post has been updated now and you can install the leaked firmware with the files you have. Enjoy!

  9. Hi, I’ve downloaded the firmware folder and extracted it, but don’t have a .tar.md5 file, just a .md5 file that is very small. It is CHECKSUM.md5. Other file n the extracted folder are – CODE_I9100XXLSJ,
    CSC_HOME_OXX_I9100OXXLS1 (i’m thinking this is the one that needs to be in ODIN), emmc_EXT4_16GB.pit,
    emmc_EXT4_32GB.pit, & MODEM_I9100XXLS6
    Any help would be appreciated! Simon

  10. Hi Bob, if you are coming from a custom ROM to this Firmware, you need to do a Wipe data/factory reset in CWM or stock recovery. If you are going to flash it on stock ICS firmware, you need not do it.
    As for internal sd card wipe, the answer is “No”. No data from the sd card is deleted. But the contacts, messages, settings and apps will be deleted, so backup them in advance.

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