Although the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S4 is yet to reach consumers’ hands, the handset’s system dump already leaked Tuesday that allows developers to extract certain features and apps of the handset to other devices.
SamMobile came up with a report saying that it had obtained Samsung Galaxy S4’s system dump from an insider that could be “beneficial for the dev community as the developers will be able to port S4′s features and apps to other devices.”
The report said that the leaked Galaxy S4 system dump, based on the latest test firmware I9500XXUAMCH, made it possible to extract some of Galaxy S4 exclusive stuff like Demo Videos, S-Voice Android application package (APK), Full HD Galaxy S4 wallpapers and ringtones.
Here’re the system dump details:
Android Version: 4.2.2 – JDQ39
Build Date: 23 March 2013
You can download the Samsung Galaxy S4 system dump I9500XXUAMCH, weighing 1549.8 MB here.
When it comes to the demo videos of the Galaxy S4 that will come pre-loaded on the handset for demonstration purposes, they show the device’s Motion, Camera, Group Play features in action.
Take a look at the leaked demo videos below (courtesy SamMobile):
Group Play Demo
Apart from the videos, seven high-resolution Galaxy S4 wallpapers have also been leaked and are now available for download here. As SamMobile pointed out, the wallpapers of the Samsung Galaxy S4 are especially for AMOLED displays.
The Galaxy S4 system dump also helped extracting the new S-Voice APK. According to SamMobile, the APK has been tried on the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3 and the Nexus 4 and it appears that the app works fine on all Samsung firmware. However, it has encountered some issues with AOSP based ROMs.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 S-Voice APK, weighing 25.21 MB, can be downloaded here.
Thanks to the system dump, all of the Galaxy S4 ringtones are also leaked and are available for download here.