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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.
The firmware downgrade drill for the Samsung Galaxy devices is not much complicated as compared to the phones manufactured by other brands.
This occurs due to the difference in EFS location in newer and older Samsung firmwares.
Several people who tried downgrading to Android 4.1 or 4.2 from Android 4.3 have reported this issue.
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.
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.
If you're having other issues with your device, visit our Troubleshooting Assistant. We take to the streets of NYC and ask some hard-hitting questions: What does 4G LTE stand for? If you're having other issues with your phone or device, visit our Troubleshooting Assistant. I updated my phone (Droid RAZR) earlier this week with the latest update.
For some days I remained busy with exploring the new features and enjoying them.
It was later that realized that there was something wrong with the Wi Fi connectivity. Then I decided to try another firmware in a hope that it might solve the problem. With Android 4.1.1 on my Note 2, I was happier, so I downloaded the Android 4.1.1 firmware and flashed it.
The most common issues why we consider downgrading are: In case, the above troubleshooting measures do not yield any positive results, your decision to downgrade was right.
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