Android 2.2 Update For Samsung Galaxy S Coming This November

by Ferman Aziz

Samsung announced recently that it’ll be updating the Samsung Galaxy S with Android 2.2 in mid October but that hasn’t happened yet and needless to say, eager users are getting restless. Now Samsung has released a new approximate date for the much awaited Froyo update for the Galaxy S and this time it’s early November.

Samsung revealed that it’s currently testing Froyo with all UK operators and that the update will be made available to all Galaxy S phones through Samsung’s in-house download manager and upgrade program Kies. This means that it doesn’t matter which carrier/service provider you’re using, the update will be available to you directly from Samsung. Samsung has already updated the downloading software and UK users can download it to their mobiles from

Though there are no exact dates of the roll out but Samsung promises that all upgrades will be rolled completely by the end of November. It’ll be available to other European markets, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, North America, Africa and the rest of the world soon after the UK release.

Android 2.2 allows users to view websites and content that use Flash 10.1, as well as use their mobile as a wireless WiFi hotspot and save apps to the memory card. Other features that come with the update include:

• Google Maps with Navigation.
• Adobe Flash Player 10.1.
• Setup Wizard to quickly customize the Galaxy S and access networks easily.
• Home Screen / Menu Preview and Edit.
• Search in-Browser: Google, Translate, Wikipedia & Dictionary.

Android 2.2 Update For Samsung Galaxy S Coming This November

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