Posts Tagged ‘Android 2.3 Gingerbread’

One feature that we all have come to love on iOS devices is the ability to take screenshots natively, without having to jailbreak, or install any third party app. On the other hand on Android phones, taking screenshots has always been a pain. It requires you to root your device, and then get this functionality either via custom ROM, or by using a third-party app.

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With many owners of the Samsung Galaxy S still not rocking Google’s Froyo version of Android, it’s surprising to hear the company has been hard at work on a Gingerbread version of the OS. It’s even more surprising that it’s managed to leak said software on the web. Ooops.

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Still waiting for Android 2.3.3 OTA update? Well now you don’t have to as the official Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread update is now available for download.

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The wait is finally over ! If you haven’t got the OTA update notification on your Nexus One yet, you no longer have to worry. The official Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for Nexus One is now available for download. You can install it manually by following the instructions posted below.

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Android 2.3.1 Gingerbread has been finally released for iPhone 3G, 2G and iPod touch (1st-gen). Android ports for iPhone 4, iPad and iPhone 3GS are said to be coming soon.

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It looks like Google has started rolling out Android 2.3.2 OTA (Over-The-Air) update for Google Nexus S users. The update is officially marked as Android 2.3.2 Build GRH78C and it is just 600KB in size. While we are not sure about the full official change log yet, but what we know is that it has fixed that nasty SMS bug which used to send text messages to wrong contacts.

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It looks like Google has started rolling out first OTA (Over-The-Air) update for Google Nexus S users. The update is officially marked as Android 2.3.1 Build GRH78 and it is just 1.9MB in size.

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Why do the likes of Google and Apple think that if they won’t roll out an update officially, it will never come the consumers way? Maybe they have that holier than thou attitude but developers in the more free world have the brains and tools to do so. Without actually waiting for the term official attached.

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