UCLF5 — Update AT&T Skyrocket to Latest ICS Android 4.0 Build


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  • Jotie

    Samsung also
    released new user manuals for phones upgraded with ICS (Galaxy II and Galaxy II
    Skyrocket). The new user manuals have significantly more pages (to cover the
    new ICS features) than the previous versions.
    Printed user manuals are available on ebay for those who are interested.

  • Rockman

    I upgraded two days ago and it went pretty smoothly. Just make sure everything is backed up. The upgrade resets your phone completely. So far it seems to be working well. The only issue I’ve had is now “dzhang” has access to my yahoo contacts and a spam email was sent out. Every time I delete “dzhang” they come back within a few hours. I did some research and it seems to be a Samsung issue with the social hub app, but I didn’t have the issue before the upgrade so I’m not sure what’s causing the problem.

  • Jason

    After upgrading to UCLF5 internal and external memory is inaccessible. I’ve tried reflashing, downgrading and currently I’m back on 2.3.6 (via kies) both internal and external memory is stilll unavailable.

  • Agent007

    i keep recieving this error ” MD5 hash value is invalid “.

  • cpo

    Tried to update several times…and keeps hanging at recovery.img. I pull battery and start over, but no success. Now that I have a half-bricked phone…any ideas? :-

    • cpo

      btw…it always hangs at the same point.

    • cpo

      Problem solved. Solution: Changed computers. Funny…it worked just fine on another computer, so if anyone is having issues with hanging, try another system…or different USB ports on your computer, etc.

  • http://www.facebook.com/michaelcornwell Michael Cornwell

    That link is no longer there. Do you have another way to download direct without using bitorent?

  • rgarcia9000

    so far it’s running very smooth, better battery life, no crashes…

  • Pete

    installed yesterday and so for UCLF5 has been stable, some additional tweaks noticed. Battery life is definitely better, make sure you backup your apps, data and APN settings to be safe. All of my restore and were loaded, but to (again) to be safe do a complete backup…Pete, Frisco TX