By Anton D. Nagy | January 7, 2012 5:03 AM
The situation of the Samsung Galaxy S, Ice Cream Sandwich update-wise, is rather interesting. Initially, Samsung said there will be no update because of TouchWiz, then the manufacturer backtracked and promised a “Value Pack” and later on retracted.
Well, brace yourselves as the Samsung Galaxy S “Value Pack” seems to have leaked online in the form of a ROM. While still a Gingerbread ROM, you will be able to use Face Unlock and take pictures while recording a video. The only question remaining is whether Samsung is still working on the update or not. The build date is December 29, 2011, way before Samsung denied Galaxy S users their previously promised “Value Pack”.
Aside from the above mentioned, the leaked ROM includes camera fixes for recording video, the Photo Editor from the S2, new Lockscreen sounds, faster auto-rotation, better I/O performance, smoother browsing, faster Gallery and some more.
Those techy and brave enough among you will probably flash the ROM and test it out. Big word of warning, as usual, but if you can’t help it, follow the source link to read through the thread and get the download links.