Galaxy S Android 2.2 Froyo Update starts to roll out: Early reports come from Scandinavian Samsung Galaxy S users!

October 15, 2010, By Shawn Wagnon

From the hot news that is trickling in, Android 2.2 fans across the globe that have been waiting for an update on Samsung Galaxy S are excited with a sense of anticipation. According to numerous threads and forum posts over at xda-developers’ I9000 section, Samsung has finally released an official Android 2.2 Froyo update for the Galaxy S and Android 2.2 on Galaxy S is good to go! The early reports are coming in from the Scandinavian nations.

Galaxy S owners in Norway, Denmark and Sweden are all reporting that the new firmware (I9000 JPM) has shown up for installation in Samsung’s Kies PC manager app. There are obviously going to be many changes that will come attached on your Galaxy S and here are a few of those that have been already reported:

Android 2.2 JIT compiler
Adobe Flash Player 10.1 compatibility
Speed improvements
Pinch-to-zoom homescreen flyover
Quick links to “GPS” and “Auto rotation” toggles on notification bar added
Colored icons in settings
GPS Fix
Media Hub
Darker menu theme, navy blue color
Video records in MP4 format
New Gmail application

In case you are onto any of the Android 2.2 Froyo update for Galaxy S, do put in a word on how it is handling and additional changes that you have seen. We sure will share it with the world!

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