Everything else was just fine but this issue was great enough to make me think again. How many of you ever wished to downgrade the firmware of your Android phone? The present article is for those people who are looking a way to go back to Gingerbread from Ice Cream Sandwich to Ice Cream Sandwich from Jelly Bean, or from Android 4.1.2 to Android 4.1.1.The tips described below will also be helpful to even those who want to downgrade their Samsung Galaxy device to Gingerbread from Ice Cream Sandwich.In the Android 4.0 the browser showed an improvement for about 220% over the Android 2.3 as compared with V8 Benchmark Suite and 35% in the Sun Spider 9.1 Java Script Benchmark.
It happened to me a couple of weeks ago when I updated my Galaxy Note 2 to the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware.Let me explain a little bit more about the performance of Android 4.0. Across all types of content, the Android Browser offers improved page rendering performance via the updated versions of Web Kit core and the V8 Crankshaft compilation engine for Java Script. Is it really worthwhile to think of downgrading just a few hours/days after installing a new update you waited for long to get? Our OEMs release an update after testing it and when its performance is found satisfactory.I wonder why new updates aggravate to our worry rather than pleasing us.