Google announced in a tweet that an over-the-air update to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread has been rolled out for the Google Nexus S and the Google Nexus One. It’s been a long wait for Nexus One owners, as Gingerbread has been on the Nexus S for more than three months now.
The update in question will bring more NFC capabilities to the Nexus S, such as writing rewritable NFC tags and new API support for developers to fully utilize the near-field communication chip. Various bugs and random reboots have been addressed and fixed, too.
Oh, there’s one little thing regarding Nexus S users. If you have your Facebook contacts synced, they’ll all get erased. Google has decided to take this step, as Facebook doesn’t really use the Android contacts API to store contacts on the handset, thus making them impossible to export. Google is against that and as a result the Nexus S and future “lead devices” won’t be able to sync Facebook contacts.
As for the Nexus One, this is the first encounter (official, at least) with Gingerbread, so congrats to you, Nexus One owners. Google says that the update could take as long as couple of weeks to hit your device, so be patient. In any case, enjoy your reborn Nexus One.
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