Posts Tagged ‘Gingerbread’

HTC recently released the official update to Android 2.3.3 “Gingerbread” for their popular Desire smartphone. The update doesn’t get pushed to users over-the-air the way they usually do, instead users who are confident with installing ROMs are suggested to download and install it manually after going through a few, simple steps. These are the steps we will be guiding you through today, follow the guide after the jump!

Continue reading... »

A few lucky birdies have managed to get their hands on Android 2.3.4, the newest point-release of Android 2.3, on their Galaxy S II’s. As with any private release, it has already leaked onto the Internet, and if you have a Samsung Galaxy S II, you can install it today.

Continue reading... »

With Google I/O on the horizon, the Android world was quietly hoping for more than a new release of Gingerbread to be shown, and if one particular tweet is to be believed, we could be in for some native video calling goodness coming to the platform.

Continue reading... »

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.

Continue reading... »

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.

Continue reading... »

Yes you read that right ! Google has confirmed that Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread OTA (Over-The-Air) update for both Google-branded phones: Nexus S and Nexus One is rolling out now. But be patient as the OTA rollout may take a few weeks to complete.

Continue reading... »

It’s all kicking off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, with Samsung going on an announcement spree. First the Galaxy S ll, and now we have the 2nd generation Galaxy Tab.

Continue reading... »

Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona today, and after Samsung’s little get-together we’re already swimming in exciting mobile phone and tablet announcements. First up, we have the Galaxy S ll, or 2 depending on your preference.

Continue reading... »

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.

Continue reading... »

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.

Continue reading... »

It was only a matter of time wasn’t it? After managing to unlock the bootloader, some hackers have now managed to get full root access on the Google Nexus S, only a few hours after its public launch.

Continue reading... »

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.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories