There can be little doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S6 has impressed the masses. Whether or not you have been a fan of the manufacturer in the past, it seems very few people are complaining about the Samsung Galaxy S6 and its counterpart device, the Galaxy S6 Edge. In fact, in spite of the two devices seeming to come with some of the highest price tags around, it still seems there are very little complaining about Samsung's latest offering. Especially if the rumored 20 million pre-order reports are anything to go by.
Well, since the device launched at this year's MWC, many users are waiting to get their hands on the device for themselves. As well as the refined design of the Galaxy S6, reports also suggest that the device has been highly redefined in terms of its software. It is no secret that TouchWiz is not exactly everyone's favorite skin of android. As such, the news that Samsung have apparently toned down TouchWiz will be welcomed news. Although, there does seem to be some debate at present with certain aspects of the software. A prime example of this is the debate as to whether or not the Galaxy S6 offers the ability to remove apps which come pre-installed on the device, aka bloatware,
Well, if you are one of those who simply wants some sort of Galaxy S6 experience now, then it seems the first proper System Dump has now been made available online. For those new to System Dumps, these are essentially a copy of the device's software structure. Think settings, fonts, ringtones, wallpapers and the likes. Although, elements of these have been leaked in recent weeks already, this dump will allow you to download everything from the Samsung Galaxy S6 in one big swoop. The System Dump was made available by ZiDroid and as such to access the download you will need to use a password. The password is "ZiDroid". In terms of the details, according to the information, the System Dimp is taken from the Galaxy S6 variant 'SM-G920F' (G920FXXU1AOBN). Other than that, click the source link below to grab your download.