For those lucky among you who own a Galaxy S 4G or an Infuse 4G, a Gingerbread, 2.3.5 ROM has been released for your downloading pleasure. While this isn’t necessarily an official update by any means, it does suggest that an official update may come in the near future. But for those of you with one of these rooted beauties, the wait is no longer over.

Of course, for those of you who don’t have rooted devices, this may not be the update you were looking for. The instructions for installing the leaked ROM files are quite simple however, assuming that you already have Odin installed on your computer. And as per usual, Mac users have been left in the dark as Odin is solely windows-only.

You can find both ROM files over at Samfiremare. From there, the instructions are relatively simple. Simply extract the .tar files with the password and click “PDA” from within Odin and select the new md5 that you extracted. Then, from there, it’s as simple as plugging in your device in download mode by holding both volume buttons with the device off, and plugging it into your computer. Odin should be able to handle everything else from there.

And for those of you who don’t have the fortune to own these particular phones yourself, be sure to check out our review of the the Galaxy S 4G and the review of the Samsung Infuse 4G.

[via Everything Android]