New Zealand Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100T ICS Update 4.0.3 Android Ice Cream Sandwich I9100TDOLP5 TNZ Stock Firmware

Download and Install the Original Stock Firmware I9100TDOLP5/I9100TTNZLP3 for New Zealand Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100T Generic Unbranded/SIMfree/Unlocked Ice Cream Sandwich ICS 4.0.3 firmware update.
This is the original, unmodified I9100TDOLP5/I9100TTNZLP3 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware from Samsung Kies official server and may only useful for manual upgrading if having issues updating via Kies. This ROM is for unbranded version of New Zealand Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100LKJTNZ and not for Vodafone version with product code GT-I9100LKAVNZ.
Samsung Galaxy S II ICS 4.0.3 ICE CREAM SANDWICH
Model: Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100
Country: New Zealand
Product Code: GT-I9100LKJTNZ
Latest firmware: I9100TDOLP5/I9100TTNZLP3/I9100TDOLP4/I9100TDOLP5/I9100XWLP8
PDA: I9100TDOLP5
CSC: I9100TTNZLP3
Phone: I9100TDOLP4
Android Software Version: ICS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich
Build/Release Date: April 9, 2012

Stock ROM Download (Pulled from official Samsung Kies server/Original/Unmodified):
GT-I9100T_TNZ_ICS_4.0.3_I9100TDOLP5_I9100TTNZLP3_I9100TDOLP4

Firmware Packaged Files:

  • I9100TDOLP5_I9100TTNZLP3_I9100TDOP4_HOME.tar.md5
  • SS_DL.dll

Binary images contains of I9100TDOLP5_I9100TTNZLP3_I9100TDOP4_HOME.tar.md5

  • Sbl.bin
  • cache.img
  • factoryfs.img
  • hidden.img
  • modem.bin
  • param.lfs
  • zImage

FAQ about flashing stock ROM:
Q: Does it safe to flash stock ROM?
A: There is a risk danger in flashing firmware either original stock ROM and or custom ROMs on the device. Any unwanted interruption occurred will cause your device into softbricks. If it is your first time,. It is highly recommended to search more and learn about flashing stock ROM.

Q: Does Flashing will remove all my data stored on the device.
A: Yes and NO. There are two types of stock ROM, the wiped and non-wiped version. It is highly recommended that you should back-up all your important data stored in the phone’s memory before flashing.

Q: Does Flashing stock ROM to my phone will erase the network lock?
A: NO. Your network (or SIM) lock will still remain active.

Q: Does Flashing stock ROM will remove root on my phone?
A: Yes. If you currently have rooted, your phone will return back to original factory settings after flashing. You need to re-root again to install any 3rd party applications.

Q: Flashing an operator specific firmware will restrict my open phone to that operator’s network?
A: NO. Your phone still remain open for any Operator SIM. Operator specific builds usually containing “only specific country or carrier provider” logo, bloatwares, wallpapers and/or browser settings, etc.

Instructions for Odin Flashing I9100TDOLP5_TNZ ICS 4.0.3 Android Ice Cream Sandwich:
New Zealand Samsung Galaxy S2 Official Android ICS 4.0.3 I9100TDOLP5 Firmware Odin flashing
(Quick Guide for Advance users only. We also have the step by step full detailed guide for beginners)

  • Extract the firmware
  • Run Odin3 v1.83
  • Put your device in Recovery MODE (Home + Volume up + Power)
  • Select Wipe Data/Factory reset
  • Select Wipe Cache
  • Turn OFF the Galaxy S2 or Remove the battery and put it back again
  • Put your device into Download MODE (Home + Volume Down + Power)
  • Plug the phone to PC using USB cable.
  • Click PDA button then select and load the I9100TDOLP5_I9100TTNZLP3_I9100TDOP4_HOME.tar.md5
  • Important: “DO NOT CHECK! the RE-PARTITION checkbox.
  • Then finally click START!
  • Wait until a word “PASS” appears
  • Finish

If bootloops occurred after flashing do this:
Boot in recovery mode
1. Press and hold Volume Up, Home and Power button.
2. Use volume keys to select, Up and Down and Power or Home key to select the option
3. Select Wipe Data/Factory Reset
4. Next select the Wipe Cache Partition
5. Lastly, select Reboot System Now to reboot your Galaxy S2 in Normal mode.

Confirm your fresh firmware installed by typing *#1234# or
Go to Settings>About Phone>Firmware info.
Check and reconfigure your APN settings when data networks connection issues encountered.


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