Nexus S Android 2.3.3 (GRI40) manual update is also here for those who are impatiently waiting to get their hands on the latest Gingerbread update.
I have done a full tutorial on how you can update your Nexus S to the latest software update manually. See after the jump!
And the manual update is finally here! Google released Android 2.3.3 software update for the Nexus One and the Nexus S yesterday, but that will be rolled out to everyone in the coming few weeks.
Like always, the manual download links are out and available for the impatient. If you can’t wait for the official download notification to show up, follow the instructions below.
Firefox 4 for Android and Maemo just got an update and a new beta version is now available for download.
The mobile web browser is now much more stable and there has been huge improvements in the overall performance of the app.
There are lots of tools in Android that are not visible in the standard menu and for that, you resort to third-party apps even though those tools are built-in Android itself.
Hidden Menus is a very small app that lets you access basic activities/tasks built-in Android, but not accessible from anywhere or you have to use the long, complicated codes to open them.
Nexus S with Android 2.4 has been spotted by some Chinese consumers who recently bought the device, which in fact, has Android 2.4 on board.
Android 2.4, as far as we know, is not coming anytime soon as the Gingerbread update just started rolling out. This could be Android 2.3.2, spoofed to look like Android 2.4, but that is hard to believe.
Microsoft has finally released the Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Windows 7 SP1 is available for download via Windows Update, or you can grab the full update directly from Microsoft Download Center. The full release is almost 2GB in size.
Google has decided to push its data portability agenda with regards to Android with this Android 2.3.3 update rolling out now for Nexus S users. Facebook sync in Nexus S will no longer be available.
Facebook for Android app allowed you to sync Facebook contact information with your Android contacts, but that has been revoked from here on.
Nexus S Android 2.3.3 (GRI40) update has started rolling out and will soon be available on your Nexus S to install.
Android 2.3.3 software update (Nexus S GRI40) brings a number of bug fixes, random reboot fix and also the the fix to data signal loss issue. Wondering on how to get this update? Continue reading below.
Google just announced that they are rolling out the Nexus One / Nexus S Android 2.3.3 software update OTA and it will take a few weeks before it is fully completed.
The update will be rolled out over-the-air and will take some time to for all users to receive it. People with both devices will not receive it in one day.