Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade available to Samsung Galaxy devices
16 May 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Samsung today announced the upcoming release of an Android 2.3 Gingerbread upgrade for Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Ace/Gio/Fit/mini
The Android OS upgrade will be made available through Samsungs Kies device management software and the rollout will start in the UK and Nordic countries from mid-May. It will gradually roll out to other European countries in Europe, North America, Southeast Asia the Middle East Asia, Africa and rest of the world according to the regional plan.
The upgrade from Android 2.2 Froyo to version 2.3 improves user experience, speeds up some applications and adds editing capabilities. Better battery and application management will improve talk time and standy time.
The devices receiving the upgrade are Samsung Galaxy s, Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Ace / Gio / Fit and Galaxy mini
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Wow.. Getting Android Gingerbread 2.3 upgrades is awesome..I'm looking forward for the upgrade for my device.
finally it seems as if it is the season of updates, so should i switch on my old handsets and wait for updates
well ihoped to see some video calling features in android 2.3.....
how can i upgrade my Galaxy S Gt-i9000 phone to android 2.3 please help and email me to email@example.com
i connect my phone to the samsung Kies and in the updates i have this issue the following firmware cant be upgraded why??????????????????????????????
the version of this device cant be updated
[ This Message was edited by: edwardsaade on 2011-06-07 08:56 ]
My friend's SGS doesn't have the update option in the Service Menu that my XPlay does? How does she update it? I think it's Vodafone branded.
she may have to use kies, and even then, she may not be able to update until vodafone release it after checking it out.
[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2011-07-10 22:48 ]
Why dont the Sony Ericsson people do such good things... They seem to remove support from their headsets quite early, like what happened with Satio and X10 n X8....