Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 I8160XXMF1 New Jelly Bean Firmware Build Pushed in Germany

A new Jelly Bean firmware update for unbranded Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 (GT-I8160) arrived in Germany. This time it has a new build version numbers to I8160XXMF1 which signifies that this is a fresh firmware build as of June 2013. There are only quite few updates has been rolled out on the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 recently, this includes the last months ‘MC8’ build which only released in UK. Most of the folks received this Jelly Bean on their Galaxy Ace 2 devices has been experiencing issues about RAM usage. I only doubt that this is due to the fact that this device is built with only enough RAM capability of 768MB to handle Jelly Bean firmwares which a bit too large compared to the Gingerbread and of-course it also affects the RAM usage in the background process.  The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 will come with a higher RAM capability to 1GB which absolutely perfect for Jelly Bean firmwares.

So, for those who might wanna give it try, just grab the stock I8160XXMF1 from the source below. There might be something new improvements about this update since the previous MC8 has been reported causing some lag issues when running some apps.

I8160XXMC8 4.12 I8160XXMC8

Firmware build comparison table between ‘MF1’ and ‘MC8’ Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean updates

I8160XXMF1 I8160XXMC8
Germany Released in Germany
Android Version: 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
Build date: 03 Jun 2013
Changelist: 1106830
Released in United Kingdom
Android Version: 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
Build date: 25 Mar 2013
Changelist: 1016990

Here’s the stock firmware for developers and advance users. – DBT-I8160XXMF1
Just let everyone knows how’s your finding about this ‘MF1’ build version by dropping some comments below.