A few days ago we informed you that the Nexus S was the first handset to receive the latest official version of Android Gingerbread. Version 2.3.4 is now available for the Nexus One, and we have the manual download link for you to install it straight away.
The biggest feature that Nexus S users enjoyed in the 2.3.4 update was the addition of Video and Voice chat within Google Talk, but since the Nexus One has no front-facing camera, unfortunately the video chat aspect is no where to be seen.
However, there are still other worthwhile features as part of the update, and they include things like improved battery life, better WiFi connectivity and GPS accuracy and there’s also an important bug fix which will reduce the likelihood of your phone shutting down randomly.
If you are still in possession of a Nexus One, you can proceed to Google’s official link here and download Android 2.3.4 manually, as reported from Android Community. Alternatively, you can wait for the official notification from Google on your handset to download the same update OTA.
What option will you choose, manual or OTA? If you already have version 2.3.4 installed on your device, let us know your thoughts on the changes. Is everything working fine?
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