- 02-26-2011, 06:52 PM #51
Does anyone know how the update is even applied? I read something about serial numbers? I have a hunch its applied regionally because I live on the east coast and I always seem to get the update after everyone else. FYI I bought the phone the second day after it came out so its not because I was one of the last people to buy it.Siemens CF62T> Samsung T329 Stripe Black> MyTouch 3G Black (Android 1.6 Donut)> Blackberry Bold 9700 (18.104.22.1680)> Samsung T219 Brown (backup crap dumbphone)> Google/HTC Nexus One (CM7.2)> Google/LG Nexus 4 (Android 4.2.2)
- 02-27-2011, 08:21 PM #52
- 02-27-2011, 08:34 PM #53
My wife and I got our NS's at the same time. The updates never show up together. Sometimes, it will be a few hours apart, other times, it's been almost a week apart.
- 02-28-2011, 12:45 AM #54
- 7 Posts
Do it your self
How about do it manually?
I did it and works great!
- 02-28-2011, 02:37 AM #55Siemens CF62T> Samsung T329 Stripe Black> MyTouch 3G Black (Android 1.6 Donut)> Blackberry Bold 9700 (22.214.171.1240)> Samsung T219 Brown (backup crap dumbphone)> Google/HTC Nexus One (CM7.2)> Google/LG Nexus 4 (Android 4.2.2)
- 02-28-2011, 02:07 PM #56
- 03-02-2011, 09:19 AM #57
FWIW, I got the notification overnight/early this AM. Ran the upgrade, which took a while to download and about 10-15 min to install (I was not paying attention).
So far so good. The screen swipe (to change screens) seems much snappier--almost iPhone/iPad like. Frankly, that is one feature of the iDevice that has always been better. But gingerbread improves this significantly.
I love the old-style tube TV shut off when you shut off the screen.
So that is my reaction after about an hour. So far so good . . .
I did notice that the update broke Google Voice.
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- 03-02-2011, 12:12 PM #58
- 166 Posts
Downloading the OTA now. The file size is like 45 megs, which is tough when you don't have 3g or even Edge at home.
Edit: After going through all that, it didn't install the update. It just restarted and I'm still stuck with 2.2.2 Also, my phone froze and I had to pull the battery afterwards. What do I do?
- 03-02-2011, 03:21 PM #59
My update arrived late last night, but I left it alone until this morning. I plugged the phone into the charger, began the download and went to feed the livestock. I don't know how long the download took, but when I returned to the phone (maybe 20 min later) it was completed and ready for the install.
That went off without a hitch.
As for Gingerbread...I still predict a lot of folks will be disappointed, especially those who were apoplectic over the delayed rollout to the N1.
Folks, it is really nothing. There is better battery life, there is copy and paste, the system might be a little faster. That's it. The "new" UI touch of having a black menu bar is downright ugly.
I don't have NFC, I already use (and like) Swiftkey, I don't have a large display screen. This is the very definition of a minor update, and it was comical seeing folks get in an uproar over something so inconsequential.
Now, Ice Cream Sandwich--that's another deal. This is supposed to be the merger of Gingerbread and Honeycomb, and if it means a better-looking UI, I'm all for that. The guy from WebOS is now in charge and there is a chance we'll get a much nicer interface that what we're stuck with for now.
- 03-03-2011, 06:36 PM #61
- 03-04-2011, 12:35 PM #63
- 03-04-2011, 01:24 PM #64Siemens CF62T> Samsung T329 Stripe Black> MyTouch 3G Black (Android 1.6 Donut)> Blackberry Bold 9700 (126.96.36.1990)> Samsung T219 Brown (backup crap dumbphone)> Google/HTC Nexus One (CM7.2)> Google/LG Nexus 4 (Android 4.2.2)