Posts Tagged ‘Android Gingerbread’

After stumbling a bit from the disbanding of Team TouchDroid, the TouchDroid project is back in action. Redmond Pie has learned that CyanogenMod 7 (based on Android 2.3.x Gingerbread) on the HP TouchPad now has working Wi-Fi, sound and accelerometer!

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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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The latest and the greatest Android phone, the Google Nexus S is finally available now for purchase in US at Best Buy stores. Customers in UK will be able to purchase it starting from December 20th.

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A business daily based in London, City AM, has reported that a second Google-branded smartphone dubbed Nexus Two will land in the United Kingdom this Christmas.

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The next version of Android will be named Gingerbread. Though not officially announced, the name has been confirmed after a Gingerbread mascot officially turned up outside Google’s Mountain View Headquarters where it is placed right next to a statue of Android 2.2 “Froyo”.

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