Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean System Dump leaked, firmware build I9500XXUAMCH confirms Exynos 5 Octa model
The Galaxy S4 should be released worldwide late April/ early May but, it seems like developers and hackers started to get their hands of devices already. The I9500XXUAMCH firmware files have been leaked and it confirms the Android 4.2.2 JDQ39 Jelly Bean as stock ROM.
The entire System of the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 is huge, as it measures 2.2 GB when unpacked and it will take some time before the download is complete. The zip file measure exactly 1549.8 MB and if you’re a development enthusiast then you should take a look at this S4 system dump and learn a thing or two about the software used for this device. The I9500XXUAMCH build is listed as March 23rd and it uses the Android 4.2.2 JDQ39 firmware. The file has been posted by SamMobile. The source post also features the Galaxy S4 build.prop files and some screenshots of the Galaxy S4 I9500 running the latest Jelly Bean OS.
The system dump is great for the dev community and we’re expecting new SGS4 goodies will be available soon besides the S Voice APK, Ringtones, Wallpapers and Icons. If you want to take a peek at the Galaxy S4 system dump then you should download it from here.
Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 uses the Exynos 5 Octo-core CPU, 2GB RAM, 5inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, Gorilla Glass 3, 16/ 32 / 64GB internal storage, supports up to 64GB external SD card storage, 13MP camera, Wi-Fi AC, NFC, Infrared port, 2600 mAh battery etc. This is one of the best devices of the first part of 2013, we’re saying that because the end of 2013 will surely bring the new Nexus device which will better, spec-wise.
Download the I9500XXUAMCH system dump of Galaxy S4 and snoot around its files, as you might find some interesting features and release them for all Android enthusiasts out there. Until the smartphone hits the stores worldwide we will get tons of leaks and possibly even some new custom ROMs that are based on the SGS4 stock OS.