Gingerbread update for Samsung Galaxy S goes live across parts of Europe
The update to Android 2.3 comes within the expected time frame and brings a long list of improvements, among which an overhauled on-screen keyobard, a sleeker user interface, and optimized power management. Installing Gingerbread onto your Galaxy S requires connecting it to a computer and running Samsung's KIES application where an update notification should pop up straight away. As far as when the update will go live for Galaxy S owners across the Atlantic, well, no exact date has been given yet, but it cannot be too far away. Until then, the geekier ones of our readers might want to try a leaked unofficial ROM instead.
3. SuperAndroidEvo posted on 18 Apr 2011, 10:16 1 0
Yes I agree, let’s just see that same hard work here in the U.S. Poor Galaxy S Fascinate, STILL on Android 2.1! That sucks so bad! I just don't get it!
4. lilbranbran posted on 18 Apr 2011, 11:13 2 0
The Epic 4G is getting it too soon,http://www.engadget.com/2011/0
7. Dennis (unregistered) posted on 18 Apr 2011, 14:22 0 0
Well, tell us how it performs!
8. mr. droid posted on 18 Apr 2011, 14:42 0 0
who gives a fiddlers f**k about whats happening to phones in europe. this is america here. how about when android 2.3 will be heading to phones in the states?
9. nik516 (unregistered) posted on 18 Apr 2011, 19:19 0 0
lol mr droid you do know that Americans are not the only people that visit this site? you do know that America is not the center of the earth?
10. mr. droid posted on 18 Apr 2011, 23:02 0 0
I am aware of that, but the way many sites are separated from american sites and so on, i was in part not aware that this one was not, but predominately, I am sure that is what is on this web site.