New Gingerbread Update for Samsung Galaxy S Leaks, Available to Download Now!
Yup, despite Sammy’s apparent inability to roll out Froyo updates on time, download links have popped up all over the internet this week, which provide access to a leaked official Gingerbread update to the I9000 model of its Galaxy S family.
This may not be the first Gingerbread update to have been leaked for the device but the release is great news for developers and owners of the device alike, as it means that Android 2.3.3 has been tailored by Samsung specifically for its phones and that the update should roll out to all devices shortly.
Although it seems that the ROM is yet to be rooted, XDA member iammodo has kindly made it available to us by providing a download link in this thread. If you’d like to try it out for yourself, don’t forget that the package also includes bootloaders and has not yet been officially endorsed by Samsung itself.
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