Nexus S Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) manual update is also here for those who are impatiently waiting to get their hands on the latest Gingerbread update as it brings Android video chat to Google Talk.
I have done a full tutorial on how you can update your Nexus S to the latest software update manually. See after the jump!
How to Update Nexus S to Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) Software Update
Here’s a detailed tutorial on how to install the Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) update on your rooted Nexus S. I have previously done a similar tutorial on how to install Android 2.3.4 manually on Nexus S, and I will be following the same steps in this case too.
Disclaimer: Try this on your own risk. I’m not responsible if you mess up with your Nexus S.
1. Download Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) for Nexus S on Android 2.3.3 (GRI40) on your PC.
2. Rename the downloaded .zip file to ‘update.zip‘.
3. Connect and mount your Nexus S USB memory on your computer using the USB cable.
4. Now copy/paste the update.zip file to your USB memory. Make sure the file is in the USB memory root. It should not be in a directory.
5. Then turn off your phone.
6. Now to get in the bootloader mode, turn on the phone while pressing and holding the volume up and power buttons.
7. Follow the navigation instructions on the screen. Select BOOTLOADER and then go to RECOVERY.
8. Assuming you have ClockworkMod recovery, scroll down to “Flash zip from SD card” and press the power button to open it.
9. Using volume keys, select your “update.zip” file. Confirm the installation and the installation procedure should start now.
10. After the installation completes, reboot the phone by selecting “Reboot system” from the recovery menu. It might look as if stuck again on the Android bot, but it will soon reboot.
That’s it! Your Nexus S should have the latest software update installed on your phone! Go to Settings >About phone to verify.
Do try out the Google Talk video chat feature and let us know!
Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) software update just started rolling out yesterday to Nexus S users on Android 2.3.3 (GRI40) and we already have the direct download link to the official Nexus S update.
After the minor Firefox 4.0.1 update, we wrote about Firefox 5.0 Alpha 2, and now – Firefox 6.0 Alpha 1. The first alpha version is now available and at least we don’t find any major changes in it so far. May be in the next few releases.
Firefox development sure seems on steroids these days, specially after how much time they took with the Firefox 4 development.
We have already discussed about Mozilla’s plans to speed up Firefox development. Firefox 5.0 is expected to be released sometime in June. And for that, Mozilla has already released Firefox 5.0a2 on the Firefox Aurora channel.
Firefox Aurora channel will allow you to experience the newest Firefox innovations in an unstable environment that’s not for the faint of heart. These releases will include early developmental stages of Firefox updates.
Firefox 4.0.1 has been released for download. The latest update brings a number of bug fixes, security issues and some minor changes to the browser.
You can update your Firefox 4 now to get the latest Firefox 4.0.1. A new feature, similar to Chrome, has been introduced in Firefox 4.0.1 for automatic update. Firefox will now automatically update, just like Google Chrome does.
You can now video or voice chat with your friends, family and colleagues right from your Android phone – and it works on both, Android phones and tablets! All you need is a 3G, 4G or WiFI connection and you can get into a voice / video call on Google Talk with Gmail on the computer!
And so yes, it’s official. Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) software update will be bringing Google Talk video chat to the Nexus S. We just reported yesterday of Google rolling out the first few Android 2.3.4 updates to internal Googlers.
Google made it official with a blog post and a tweet that the Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) will be rolling out in the coming weeks. It will bring bug fixes for the Nexus One and video chat to the Nexus S.
FutureTap developer has received their first crash report from a devioce running on iOS 5.0. This means Apple is now field-testing their next upcoming iOS 5.0 with App Store apps.
The app crashed in iOS 5.0 because of MKUserLocationBreadCrumb. This API is related to maps and location.
White iPhone 4. Black iPhone 4. I don’t get the idea behind all this iPhone racism. Kidding! Getting back to the topic, iPhone 4 in white flavour has just launched today and is now available for grabs.
iH8Sn0w has confirmed that you can jailbreak white iPhone 4 using Limera1n tool. It has not been patched and it should have no difficulty jailbreaking the white iPhone 4 as it runs on the same iOS as the black iPhone 4 – iOS 4.3.2.