LG Optimus S Gingerbread update halted by Sprint after issues reported

LG Optimus S Gingerbread update halted by Sprint after issues reported
Sprint recently started rolling out the Android 2.3 update for the LG Optimus S. While those with the phone were excited about the update, there have been many complaints from those with the LG Optimus S about problems that have popped up with the device since the new software was downloaded. As a result, Sprint has put a halt to the update and is looking to send out a fixed version of the OS to those whose phone is no longer working correctly.

Some of the problems that LG Optimus S owners have had after updating to Android 2.3 include a failure of the phone's battery to recharge, the inability to connect to data, a message that the microSD card is un-mounted or removed and when connected to a PC, the device is unrecognized by Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7. Also, the predictive text fails to work on the Android keyboard.

Click on the sourcelink for ways to workaround the issues until Sprint can disseminate a bug-free version of the software.Hopefully for owners of the LG Optimus S, that won't be too long from now.

source: Sprint via AndroidCentral

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