I have a Samsung 7 inch tab. An I am looking to to update from froyo to gingerbread. I know this was done a Long time ago but how do I get the tablet to check for updates ??
on 01/20/2012 – Made popular on 01/20/2012
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.
On Friday, HTC announced from their Facebook page that they will start rolling out a release of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) for the HTC Desire at the end of July. It seems that HTC update their phones yearly since Android 2.2 ( Froyo) was released at a similar time last year. In order to check to
Froyo and Gingerbread might be the Windows 98 and XP of the Android world, but Google has not given up on the aging, but still very popular platforms. The latest YouTube app serves up new features and a different UI to devices running older installs. And for good reason, too.
Android’s update scheme often older hardware running older software.
T-Mobile will be updating their Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich in the future. Right now the device is in the process of receiving updates for 2.3.6. With it already running Gingerbread this isn’t a huge update.
I want to buy a USED tablet to do following things:
Web browsing about 5-6 hours
Long lasting,Durable.Will not update tablet atleast in 5 yrs
I m in dilemma which inch tablet i need.7 or 10 inch?If 10 then should i go(older) nexus 10 instead of samsung tab 3 10.1 (newer)?If 7 inch then should i go for nexus 7 2012 8GB model instead of 2013 model?
Budget is 170 $ b
I am struggling to get my Galaxy S WIFi 5.0 International Version to root, I have only tried Super One Click 2.3.3.
GingerBread v2.3.6 flashed using Samsung Kies.
I had Froyo v2.2.2 which was rooted i did not un root it before I updated.
I have been researching it and I am struggling to find a clear cut rooting method.
I like how it is the official Ginger Bread Rom as it still has al