I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 running ICS 4.0.3. It has desktop software with it called Kies for managing the phone and when I plugged it in today it told me that there was new firmware available:
Current firmware version: PDA:LPB / PHONE:LPB / CSC:LPC (TMU)
Latest firmware version: PDA:LPD / PHONE:LPB / CSC:LPD (TMU)
How do I find out what changes there are in the new firmware version? I'd rather not make any changes to my phone (which is already flaky enough after the upgrade to ICS) without knowing what the changes are.
Plugging the firmware string into Google produces only a few results and none of them explain what the update contains.
A similar question suggests checking with my carrier's website but that only produced one result(*) which I had already found via Google. It is a person saying they did the upgrade, thinking it was 4.0.4 but it wasn't. That page doesn't help me to understand what the changes are.
So to reiterate the question, how do I find out what changes there are in the new firmware version?
Similar question: What's in an update?
Looking as samfirmware.com as mentioned in the comments and answer, I can see that T-Mobile released two firmwares with the lable 4.0.3:
GT-I9100 - United Kingdom (T-Mobile) PDA: I9100BVLPB CSC: I9100TMULPC Version: 4.0.3 Date: 2012-04-10 Regions: GT-I9100 - United Kingdom (T-Mobile) PDA: I9100BVLPD CSC: I9100TMULPD Version: 4.0.3 Date: 2012-05-25 Regions:
The first is the one I have and the second is the one on offer. Apart from what is written there, I could find no further information on that site about what they might contain. (As an aside, I think that's a useful website and should come in handy in the future)