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Google has made a large scale update to how they index securities for Google Finance.
A Google Web Search Help thread has a response from a Googler named Albert who said:
Thanks for reporting this issue! We recently made some large scale changes to the way we index our securities for Google Finance that would enable us to deal with data issues like this more easily.
Just a few short days ago, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II Skyrocket leaked out, a build that we think is pretty close to, if not the final version of the software itself. Today, another Android 4.0 update for an AT&T Galaxy S II device has leaked out and this time it’s an even bigger one. Yes, the Galaxy S II Android 4.0 update has arrived and it appears that it too could be the real deal.
RootzWiki has leaked the software to the surface and it’s directly from Samsung.
While this is great for those that root their phones, it’s also fantastic for those that are waiting for the official roll out as that date has seemingly gotten closer with this find.
Those who own a rooted Galaxy S II on AT&T should have no problem following the instructions to get the software up and running and from the comments, it seems like it’s working like a charm.
For those that aren’t yet rooted or are hesitant to, you may just want to hold off on downloading this because like I said, this is generally a good sign as far as official roll out dates are concerned.
Remember, the Galaxy S II Android 4.0 update is already rolling out for some users and that means that it’s only a matter of time before carrier specific devices like the AT&T Galaxy S II get the official love from Samsung.
Before you install this leaked update, keep in mind, there is always the possibility that something could go wrong with your phone.
No one wants a bricked phone and we can’t be responsible if it happens to you so please, be careful if you do decide to take the plunge.