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While most of times we are happy with the new things introduced in an update, it also happens sometimes all our hopes are undone when we have to face a bug or lack of a favorite feature that we used to enjoy on an older firmware.It happened to me a couple of weeks ago when I updated my Galaxy Note 2 to the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware.
The tips described below will also be helpful to even those who want to downgrade their Samsung Galaxy device to Gingerbread from Ice Cream Sandwich.
Is it really worthwhile to think of downgrading just a few hours/days after installing a new update you waited for long to get? Our OEMs release an update after testing it and when its performance is found satisfactory.
I wonder why new updates aggravate to our worry rather than pleasing us.
We are always eager to upgrade our phone to the latest version so that we might enjoy the new features and apps that come with a new update.
Ask a Galaxy S2 user how keen he is get the Jelly Bean firmware update.
It requires you to boot the device first into Download/Odin Mode, and then into Android Recovery Mode.
I hope many of you would be acquainted with both the methods. Please note that in some cases, downgrading firmware might lead to IMEI loss.
Of course, if you've modified the system partition in such a way that the OTA won't apply cleanly anymore, you have to either revert those changes or wait for the factory image.
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We, therefore, strongly recommend you to be prepared for good.
To backup your EFS partition/IMEI, please refer to the following tutorial: How to Backup and Restore IMEI on Samsung Galaxy Devices Installing a firmware version that is lower than the current one is just the same as installing a higher one, but you have to do one more thing that you do not usually do.
However, if you are to downgrade to a lower version of Gingerbread from a higher version of GB ( from Android 2.3.7 to 2.3.3, for example), you can follow this tutorial.