This morning T-Mobile has updated their support pages with another update to one of their most popular phones. After the Amaze 4G update was tipped this morning we are now seeing an update rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile. Sadly we have some bad news though. The update is only an incremental update and is still Android 2.3 Gingerbread — no Ice Cream Sandwich just yet.

Like most small updates this is mainly fixing a few bugs, improving performance, and various other fixes. The Galaxy S II update is about 32MB in size and rolling to handsets now. As usual you can manually pull the update from menu > settings > software update and give it a go today. T-Mobile does list the update as rolling out until late June. Does this mean the ICS update will be after that date? If so users have another month or so of waiting.

No US carrier Galaxy S II’s have officially been updated just yet to ICS, but hopefully they are coming soon. Other than fixing a few random reboot problems, improving stability, and adding some of Google’s security fixes this update is pretty minor and probably also laying some ground work for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update that Samsung has confirmed is on the way. Let us know how the update goes by dropping us a comment below.

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[via TmoNews]