Samsung has updated their desktop PC software for Samsung devices, Samsung KIES. It has been updated to be able to get the Android 2.3.2 update for the Galaxy S devices.
Galaxy S Gingerbread update was promised for March 20th by the Samsung Mobile’s Romanian team, but nothing is available so far.
Samsung Galaxy S Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) update leaked out on the web a few days ago, but still there was no confirmation on when the final Galaxy S Gingerbread update would release.
Now thanks to Samsung Mobile’s Romanian team, the date (March 20th) for the Samsung Galaxy S Gingerbread seems imminent. Froyo update for Galaxy S will roll out till the 20th Match, and then from that date onwards, Samsung will roll out the official Gingerbread update for Galaxy S.
If you’re one of those who still love to use Windows Mobile 6.5.x phone, then this post is for you. Some developers over at XDA-Developers have worked on a Honeycomb theme for Windows Mobile 6.5 devices and in some way, it works a lot like the original Honeycomb (Android 3.0).
We knew the day won’t be far when we’ll see a leaked Galaxy S i900 Android 2.3.2 ROM. And today is the day when the first Gingerbread (XWJV1) leaked build makes its way on the Internet.
Samsung Galaxy S has always had a good record of leaked ROMs before the official release. Froyo roms started showing up 8 weeks before the official update was out via Samsung KIES.
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.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread isn’t going to be released for any device till the Nexus S is launched on December 16 and Nexus One users are also eagerly waiting for the launch along with other Android phone users
A developer at XDA has managed to develop a Gingerbread (Android 2.3) theme/metamorph for CyanogenMod 6.1 users.
Android 2.3 keyboard is one of the first bits of Gingerbread that have started to show up online. Developers are going deep into the official Android 2.3 SDK to dig out more that they could find.
I have just installed the Android 2.3 Gingerbread keyboard port file on my Nexus One and below are the instructions exactly how I did it.
Bits of Android 2.3 has started showing up online. The new Gingerbread keyboard can now be downloaded for all rooted Android devices.
This is the same keyboard that we saw on the Nexus S screenshots as it runs the completely stock version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread on it.
Android 2.3 ‘Gingerbread’ was announced yesterday and developers are already busy in cooking up a ROM to port on all the latest devices.
HTC Evo is the first one to get the Android 2.3 port while other developers are busy bringing the Gingerbread experience to your phone.