Vodafone Australia Galaxy S2 ICS Ice Cream Sandwich Firmware Update (I9100TDULP9 stock ROM)

Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich Update for Vodafone Australia now available on Kies. The new ICS upgrade with build number I9100TDULP9 is now rolled out in Kies and probably will be release by Vodafone via OTA (over the air) soon.  There are two version we have just spotted and both for the Vodafone GT-I9100T with product code GT-I9100LKJVAU  and for 3 Network GT-I9100LKJHUT variants.

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The firmware build number is I9100TDULP9  seems very unique among all other previous releases in Europe like the I9100XWLP7.  Vodafone Australia takes a while to released the said ICS update, while the other variants like the Generic, Optus and Telstra were already weeks ahead with ICS upgrade. According to Vodafone Australia team “The delay was took place due to the ANZAC Day public holiday” but they already approved it and ready for official public release.

Well, for those advance users, here’s the original ICS 4.0.3 Android Ice Cream Sandwich I9100TDULP9 stock firmware, in-case you might want to manually upgrade Galaxy S2 using or flashing with Odin. Typical users, might wait for the official released by the Vodafone Australia support team for they already approved the said firmware and will be push out anytime from now. This is the base stock firmware, unmodified, pulled from Kies server.

Australia (Vodafone)

Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100T
Product Code: GT-I9100LKAVAU
Latest firmware: I9100TDULP9/I9100TVAULP7/I9100TDULP4/I9100TDULP9
Release Date: 4/24/2012 12:22:01 AM
Stock ROM: GT-I9100T_VAU_ICS_4.0.3_I9100TDULP9_I9100TVAULP7_I9100TDULP4

Australia (Three/Vodafone)

Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100T
Product Code: GT-I9100LKJHUT
Latest firmware: I9100TDULP9/I9100THUTLP7/I9100TDULP4/I9100TDULP9
Release Date: 4/26/2012 5:36:29 PM

Enjoy! Just please use and flash the stock ROM at your own risk.