- 02-22-2011, 08:26 PM #2
- 02-22-2011, 09:04 PM #4
- 02-22-2011, 09:26 PM #5
Came through on mine about 20 minutes ago, my device never suffered the "shut off" issue, so I haven't noticed any differences thusfar. While going though everything it did die - dead battery though, ive been on it all day. I'll dig through it in the morning at work and see if I notice anything glaring.
- 02-23-2011, 06:54 PM #6
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Does anyone know for sure if this update stop the random reboot. I love this phone but I own my own business. And if Google isn't going to fix this by thinking that we'll just get accustomed to the reboots then they are crazy. After all the BS that Android talked about the iPhones antenna problems and now Googles flagship phone can't even make a 5 minute phone call.
- 02-23-2011, 08:50 PM #8
- 5 Posts
Google just announced that they have begun to push Android 2.3.3 to the Nexus S. The update is described as a small feature release that adds read and write APIs for the near field communications (NFC) chip inside the Nexus S. Other updates include new APIs for Bluetooth, graphics, media framework, and speech recognition.
Mysteriously missing from the Android 2.3.3 Version Notes is any mention of the random reboot bug that is affecting a portion of Nexus S owners. The problem was first identified last year and Google confirmed they were working on a fix, but I guess it is not ready at this time. We were told on January 28th that a fix for the reboot bug would be available within one to two weeks, but it does not appear that will happen.
If you own a Nexus S, look for the over-the-air update to hit your phone in the coming days. We will be on the look for the download link so that you can manually install the update if you do not wish to wait.
Some of the features of the Android 2.3.3 update include:
A comprehensive NFC reader/writer API that lets apps read and write to almost any standard NFC tag in use today.
Advanced Intent dispatching that gives apps more control over how/when they are launched when an NFC tag comes into range.
Some limited support for peer-to-peer connection with other NFC devices.
android.net says otherwise lol
Your Nexus One is a second-class citizen no more: Today, Google's rolling out Android 2.3.3 to both its premier smartphones. The latest build, still referred to as Gingerbread, brings even more NFC goodies than foretold, as the Nexus S will soon be able to write (not just read) rewritable NFC tags as well as act as a glorified NFC tag itself. (You can see both possibilities in the three screenshots above.) What's more, Google tells us Android 2.3.3 will fix the random reboots that have plagued the Nexus S as of late, and offers other random bugfixes as well. You'll find the whole kit and kaboodle streaming to your phones over the air during the next few weeks to come.
- 02-24-2011, 01:03 PM #10
- 02-24-2011, 01:06 PM #11
Pass, WebM support isn't enough to justify the fact that there is no Facebook syncing. Sticking with CM7 TYVM!
Sent from my Nexus SDevices: Samsung Nexus S 4.0.1(alpha, of course), Samsung Vibrant 2.3.5 CM7 w/ Glitch Kernel v13, broken HTC Dream, and a Google Cr-48 with Ubuntu 11.10
- 02-28-2011, 01:36 PM #12
- 03-02-2011, 07:14 AM #13