Like in the case of AT&T’s phone we reported on earlier today, this won’t be an over-the-air updating procedure. So your phone won’t be able to notify you that new software is available, and you won’t be able to apply the update directly on your device. Instead, you’ll have to use Kies, Samsung’s desktop software, to download and install the new OS version.
Android 4.0.3 is what you’ll be running after the update is successfully applied. If you need detailed instructions on how to do all this, just go through this PDF.
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