Samsung announced that a free upgrade to Android 2.2 Froyo and Android 2.2 Froyo now available for Samsung GT-I9000 Galaxy S Vibrant.Only Canadian Galaxy S to get upgraded and the upgrade using Sammy’s Kies desktop software ended up with inaccessible internal storage which sucks for a variety of obvious reasons…….
Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant smartphone which is available through Bell Mobility now can now upgrade the handset’s operating system to Android 2.2 Froyo.Revamped features in the 2.2 OS include support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1; Press reader for reading multi-channel newspapers and magazines; Google Maps Navigation with voice guidance; Google Places to view the location of friends or perform local searches for spots like restaurants, businesses, attractions, and bank machines; and home screen tips and a setup wizard to aid in configuring the device to one’s liking.
The user experience of the phone will also be improved through Froyo.Owners will now be able to use Google, Translate, Wikipedia, or Dictionary in the Search In browser without having to navigate away from the original Web page. Pinch zoom can be used to preview the home screen, menu, and camera; and the Quick Panel has been optimized for access to functions like screen rotation and lock. There’s also now a dedicated voice search button; and the horizontal UI is supported when the phone is docked in a cradle.
The Android 2.2 upgrade is available via Kies, Samsung’s software upgrade program that can be downloaded at the Samsung mobile website at http://www.samsungmobile.com. The upgrade will be available later this month for the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate (Rogers) and Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 3G+ (Telus).
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