The Nexus line of phones is getting a minor update to fix the SMS - the Nexus One gets Android 2.2.2 and there’s v2.3.2 for the Nexus S. Also, the Froyo update for the Samsung Vibrant is now available Over-The-Air (OTA).
Obviously Android had grown a nasty bug - it would randomly send a text message to the wrong contact even though the text shows in the correct contact’s message thread.
If you have a Nexus One, then the Android 2.2.2 is the release that should deal with this bug and potentially some others (there’s no official changelog yet). The update is available for manual install or you can wait for the Over-The-Air version (check out the manual install instructions here).
If you have the Google Nexus S instead, then you should be getting your bug fix as an OTA update, which will bump the phone up to v2.3.2. Besides making sure you have no SMS issues anymore, the update reportedly improves the responsiveness of the browser (again, there’s no official changelog).
And finally, the T-Mobile’s Samsung Vibrant (a Galaxy S variant) is getting updated to Android 2.2 Froyo after quite a long wait. The update includes USB/Wi-Fi tethering, Wi-Fi calling and the usual software and performance enhancements that come with Froyo.
bug is always show up,whatever they launch upgrade.just eat it with pride
Oh? users can choose between SE custom SMS app or Android SMS app in the phone?
I love my vibrant....! I have horrible signal at my house and with the new features that froyo has I can make can or ever send messages through wifi... I love it!