Samsung Galaxy S IV System Dump Including S Voice Now Available for Download

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  • 27 Mar 2013
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  • From Samsung with the launch of every new flagship device each year we expect not only the best possible hardware configuration but also the greatest features in terms of software that is really where the value is. In the end it is the software that is more important and takes the most to develop and integrate.


    What Samsung unveiled with the new Galaxy S IV consists only 25 % hardware features while the rest is new software features and enhancements, including to the interface. The device built to be a real “Life Companion” has integrated gestures, new multitasking options and improved versions of the manufacturers proprietary S apps, including S Health or S Voice.

    The first Samsung Galaxy S IV system dump is now available, offering the developers and users a very good image of what Samsung has integrated into its latest offer. For the regular users, the 1.5 GB package can mean extracting the sounds, wallpapers, presentation videos and even the new and improved S Voice app. Samsung’s own voice assistant has been improved and offers even a built-in driving mode and should work on most devices, especially the newer Samsung ones, by just installing the apk.


    The whole system dump is now available for download, while for just the S Voice you can get it here and just the ringtones here.

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