Thursday, February 24, 2011

Nexus One and Nexus S start receiving Android Gingerbread 2.3.3

Good news for users of Nexus One, and for some of Nexus S, which is that the 2.3.3 update to Android is starting to get to their terminals. We have learned through the official twitter Google has for the information on Nexus.

While the upgrade has begun this evening (via OTA), ask us to be patient as it may take several weeks to reach everyone. The update brings improved support for Nexus S NFC, and the Nexus One is the expected arrival of Gingerbread and novelties.

Additionally we inform you that fixes bugs found in Nexus S random reboots. A rumor that has appeared about this update is that Android 2.3 will come only to the Nexus of Google, and other manufacturers directly use Android 2.4.

In an aggressive move by Google, no possibility of joining our list of telephone contacts from Facebook with the agenda of the Nexus S, we will inform you about it later.

We remind you that HTC promised an upgrade to its family Desire once put on the market the new HTC Desire S. On the other hand, Google's own Ice Cream informed us that join in the future paths of Honeycomb and Gingerbread, hopefully the Nexus family reaches the time.

As we have no accurate method to advertise your exact arrival, we ask for your confirmation that the update has come to you.

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