T-Mobile Updates Galaxy S II 'ISIS/NFC' Software
T-Mobile today made a maintenance update available to the Samsung Galaxy S II. The GSII remains at Android version 4.0.3, but the new software build includes an "ISIS/NFC update." ISIS is the Visa-backed mobile payment conglomerate of which T-Mobile is a part. ISIS is expected to launch services soon, which will also be offered by AT&T and Verizon Wireless. There's no explanation from T-Mobile as to what specifically this ISIS/NFC update entails. The update must be installed via Samsung's Kies desktop software.
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