Android 2.3.3 has recently rolled out to Nexus S & Nexus One owners where others are still waiting for Gingerbread update. Fortunately Samsung Galaxy S owners are lucky this time as the official Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread ROM for Samsung Galaxy S I9000 has been leaked in wild and many are confirming that this build is indeed genuine build.
Unfortunately, while rumors had pegged an Android 2.3 Galaxy S update for sometime in march the popular electronics manufacturer has yet to come forth to announce any such thing. But, if you’re looking to keep your device as up to date as possible you may be interested to hear that a supposed official version (TouchWiz and all) of the Galaxy S Android 2.3.2 update has leaked for the Samsung i9000. In other words, if you own a device like the Samsung Vibrant or Samsung Captivate, this won’t yet work. Thankfully the hacking community works blindingly fast so it most likely won’t be long before this leak is ported to the North American versions of the Galaxy S.
Download Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread for Samsung Galaxy S.
Checkout the video of Samsung Galaxy S with Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread.
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