How To Fix The ICS Android 4.0.3 Bug RC 4.1 Firmware In Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000


How To Fix The ICS Android 4.0.3 Bug RC 4.1 Firmware In Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000

A few days ago, I’ve posted a guide that contained instructions on how to upgrade your Galaxy S to Android 4.0.3 ICS RC 4.1 but, it seems that there were some problems with the Wi-Fi and by reading the instructions listed in this post you will learn how to repair this bug without much trouble.

So, if you’re one of those that are currently using the new update  and your device seems to have problems with the Wi-Fi connections then you need to fix this error. It can be done easily after you apply the steps listed in this article. Make sure that your Galaxy S is running the Android 4.0.3 ICS RC 4.1 because otherwise then the instructions listed here won’t help you at all. As you already know, this build for ICS isn’t the final version and that’s why you might detect some other bugs. However, if you keep checking back our website then you will surely find a fix for all those major bugs and errors. Now, before getting to the first step you need to backup all the data that is currently stored on your smartphone, because during the repairing process all phone data will be cleared and you don’t wish to lose all your files.

That was all the info that you needed before starting the process to repair the Wi-Fi problems of your Android 4.0.3 RC 4.1 Firmware on the Galaxy S. Please note that Geeksailor cannot be held responsible for any damage or data loss that might occur during the process. Here’s how to repair the Wi Fi bug:

  1. First, you need to download the Wi Fi Fix package and save it on your PC.

  2. After the download is complete, proceed and connect your Galaxy S to your computer via USB cable.

  3. Now copy the zip file on your phone and after that disconnect it from your PC.

  4. Now, enable the USB Debugging Mode by opening Settings, then select Application > Development > USB debugging. When done, turn off the device in order to boot into recovery mode.

  5. To enter recovery mode, you need to press Volume Up Key and OK buttons simultaneously and while doing that proceed to press the Power Button.

  6. When recovery mode has loaded you need to select “Wipe data/factory rest” and “Wipe Cache partition” and this will clean all the cache that is present on your phone. Also, in case your phone features some lag fixes, then you should disable all of them because then it might get bricked.

  7. Now, select ‘install zip from sd card’ and then ‘choose zip from sd card’ and browse until you find a file titled ‘’. Wait until the changes are done and then select ‘++++GoBack++++’ and then hit the option that says ‘reboot system now’. Now the Galaxy S shoot boot into Android 4.0.3 ICS RC 4.1 firmware with the Wi Fi bug fixed.

I think that these were all the steps that you had to take. Now you’re free to use the smartphone in any way you wish to. If you have any additional questions use the comments field to post them and we will try to help you with further instructions.

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