so...... one day are we gonna get an iOS fragmentation picture? just sayin
chandru, 05 May 20112.2 Froyo update is available through samsung kies. you can install latest version from samsun... moreThat's the real problem, many european countries have the update, but mine's doesn't have nothing...the update isn't available yet in PT, so i say SAMSUNG SUCKS!
I wonder how many different types of Malware are in Froyo and Gingerbread..
samsung sucks, 04 May 2011i wish just the samsung provide the froyo update for my galaxy 3... i've been reading about t... more2.2 Froyo update is available through samsung kies. you can install latest version from samsung website and install on your computer then connect your galaxy 3 with computer. Start the Kies application and connect with internet, Kies will update to 2.2 froyo.
i wish just the samsung provide the froyo update for my galaxy 3...
i've been reading about that update in some european countries, but i'm still waiting, since the beginning of 2011...SAMSUNG SUCKS
google should strike the same deal as apple and stop the network providers messing with and delaying the updates. gingerbread has been available from the 14th on sammies web site, O2 is still adding bloatware and rubbish to the froyo update...
NY1 rooted his DESIRE HD? please share the website and way to do it.
kunlexism, 03 May 2011gingerbread 2.33 on GT-I9000....yummy!!!Do you happen to know when the update will hit unbranded UK handsets?
Hunter, 03 May 2011I don't understand why Google is eagerly updating its android OS. frequent updates making the ... morebecause it's what people want. To keep the people interested, google keeps on bringing updates to their OS.
eddman, 03 May 2011At least 90% of android buyers don't even know what rooting is, and even if they know, they do... moreI would say less that 1% knows how to root. There is currently around 350,000 Android activations everyday and I don't see a parallel explosion of user population at XDA. I might be wrong but the geek population you see on the net is a microscopic sample of Android users. The greater majority are not geeks.
gsmarena, 03 May 2011if you're running any dated version of android, chances are you haven't rooted your phone and ... moreAt least 90% of android buyers don't even know what rooting is, and even if they know, they don't care. They want something straightforward and easy.
Rooting isn't the answer. Android 2.x should have a proper update system, like honeycomb, windows, mac os, windows phone 7, ios, etc.
if you're running any dated version of android, chances are you haven't rooted your phone and installed a later version yet. which ultimately means you don't know what android is about.
Dave, 03 May 20119 updates???? I got 1 update 2.3.3 for my phone. I dunno where you get 9 from.Yeah but Dave have you thought about the possibility that Android is getting updates on more than just your phone? When you take that into account then it is about 9 updates.
Why don't they just group 2.3 Gingerbread and 2.3.3 Gingerbread together? It makes no sense to me. :S
I don't understand why Google is eagerly updating its android OS. frequent updates making the costumers and mobile producers bit puzzling, why should not they make one stable OS which can run for such a normal time i.e at least 6 months?????
Since the last 1 year there are more than 9 updates for android ufffffffff.,,, WTF
Google should sort out this mess by taking control of 2.x in their own hands, just like 3.x, and make it possible to deliver updates to all android phones.