Android 2.3 Gingerbread Walkthrough

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Walkthrough by Aaron Aaron takes a look at Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) on the Google Nexus S. Overall, it’s a minor upgrade from Android 2.2 (Froyo) and offers a new Android keyboard, NFC support, modified system colors, and improved performance throughout. It’s available on the Google Nexus S at launch, and will be coming to the Nexus One “in the next few weeks.” Other high-end Android devices will probably receive it in 2011, though no official schedule has been published. ?Facebook: www.facebook.com ? Twitter: www.twitter.com Forums: forums.phonedog.com Win Free Phones: sweeps.phonedog.com
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25 Responses to “Android 2.3 Gingerbread Walkthrough”

  1. i love my Htc wildfire with android gingerbread =)

  2. @k8002pack Dont be an ass.

  3. @pandemic7

    Did anybody ask what you love?

  4. cooooooool

  5. cooooooool

  6. cooooooool

  7. @sully3600 not all android phones will get it, hardly any actually.

  8. @d00d00dumb87 No it has 2.2

  9. i never got this update yet.. and i have a android

  10. I love my MacBook Pro and I love my LG G2x.

  11. @supergeeful thx bro.

  12. Nice Love It

  13. @d00d00dumb87 no but soon after you buy it it will update to 2.3

  14. @jmk500 will they charge?

  15. @d00d00dumb87 theres gonna be an update to 2.3 in May

  16. freakin fingers

  17. does g2x haVE 2.3?

  18. U have fast fingers :D

  19. i just found out how to hack wifi with my android phone! iwifihack . net

  20. @bandbrain Heck with waiting untill summer for that, I rooted and flashed mine today. :)

  21. Hopefully its true that the HTC Droid Incredible is getting the 2.3 update.

  22. those the home screens can go to landscape??

  23. BEST android app right here! hack wifi networks in like 10 minutes! iwifihack (dot) net

  24. on that front….

  25. I can’t wait until my phone gets 2.3. :o Although, I have an HTC Evo Shift..I probably won’t get many of these cool features due to HTC Sense. D; Ah well, I can always turn Sense off. xD It’s too nice though. :s

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