Yeah , it's crazy but i have to re-patch my mom's galaxy s2 to Gingerbread... My mom is ignorant(She doesn't know much about smartphones) and she's claiming that she doesnt have a good signal.. Soo she wants it back to Gingerbread(it didnt work well in gingerbread too, so idk what's going on).
So my question is..
I see that there are many posts regarding BBM but this one will vary from the others.
I have an HTC Amaze 4G Asian version which has not received the official ICS update. I am running on Gingerbread 2.3.4. As BBM is only available for ICS+ devices, I therefore cannot download it from the Play Store. I know I can root it etc.
This year Jelly Bean finally dethroned Gingerbread and became the most used Android version. Many phones are sticking with either 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3, without being able to upgrade to Kit Kat. Do you think this version will become the new Gingerbread, and dominate the market for the next 2.5 years? Or will Kit Kat and further versions take over?
A huge gingerbread man has been put up on the Google campus in Mountain View, Calif., suggesting that Gingerbread, the next release of Android, may be released soon. Past dessert-themed displays have heralded the release of previous versions of Android such as Froyo. There's still a bit of confusion swirling around Gingerbread.
I've been using Go Keyboard but the latest version had a change that I found annoying so I went looking for an alternative. I think the LG keyboard sucks, I don't know why they didn't use the gingerbread keyboard instead. Using gingerbread now and loving it!
For starters I have not tried using Thrill Seeker 3.0/3.1 or v21e. I also have not tried CM7, Nightlies, or anything since my transition from Froyo to Gingerbread.
Right now my gripes with Gingerbread are ghost calls and the phone running rather slow at times. However, I do enjoy that I am still able to use the 3D gimmick. As far as the HDMI goes... I've never used it.
I'm worried that social apps like MeetMe and Facebook will stop making their apps available for gingerbread users. What would I do if they did? Is there another way to get the latest version when it comes out? I would like I be able to always have the latest version of an app. Please helps. Thanks