Now update your Samsung Galaxy S Plus with Cyanogen Mod 9 Ice Cream Sandwitch Firmware. Here I explian you how to update Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT I9001 with full detailed instructions and please note that this is not an official firmware means this is not released by samsung itself, it is a leaked version. This Cyanogen Mod 9 ICS update will give your handset a new functionality and will improve performance of your handset. How ever there are some bugs in this firmware like Camera, USB tethering and FM Radio which will not worked once you applied this firmware. But as per the developer, the bugs can be easily removed in the next coming update. So follow the procedure if you want to update your Samsung Galaxy S Plus which is mentioned below. Before starting all this make your full Backup of your data so that it can be easily recovered back while some error during updating process. Apply this update only on Samsung Galaxy S plus otherwise it will damage your handset. Follow the procedure...
Before updating you will do these few steps :
1.Back up all the important data and contacts of your device using ASTRO FILE MANAGER.
2.Charge your handset to 80% or more.
3.Enable USB Debugging on your device by heading to Settings>Applications>Development>USB Debugging
4.Disable all the applications like Antivirus software,Samsung Kies PC suite.
Disclaimer: We are responsible for any damage that might be caused to your device during this process though the possibility of any damage is negligible. Try this at your own risk. Also note, updatin your phone will void your warranty.
Updating Instructions :
1.Download Cyanogen Mod 9 ICS Package and Google Apps on your PC.
2.Connect your Handset to your PC via USB cable and place the downloaded file into your device’s SD card
3.Disconnect your phone from your PC so that it can be easily entered into the
Handset will be easily enter to the Recovery Mode by pressing Volume UP button plus Home button and holding both simultaneously press the Power button and turn on your handset.
5.In the recovery mode, select “” > “” and then choose the “”, after this select the “”.
6.This will take 5-10 minutes to complete process.
7.After this the device will be Reboot automatically. If your phone landed into Recovery Mode then you need to select “” and then choose the option of “” for rebooting the system.
Process complete Congratulations....