Yesterday we informed you that a Gingerbread build had leaked out for the Motorola Droid 2 and Droid X handsets, but now we have some good news for those of you in possession of the Samsung Galaxy S, with the i9000 model number.
A new Gingerbread ROM has just been released for the Galaxy S too, and it appears to have once again surfaced from the guys over at XDA Developers Forums. From what we gather, this ROM is an official version of Gingerbread, Android 2.3.3 which Samsung are planning to bring to Europe in the coming months, as reported from Phandroid.
You can enjoy it right now of course, if you’re willing to give the download a go. If you’re interested, head to the XDA Forums here, download the ROM and follow the installation instructions. However, make sure you know what you’re doing as we won’t be responsible for any bricked devices. Judging by the feedback though, this build works perfectly so there is no reason why you shouldn’t try it.
Do you already have an unofficial version of Gingerbread running on your Galaxy S? If so, will you attempt to install this latest 2.3.3 version or wait until Samsung release it properly?
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