It seems like all carriers are attempting to bring Gingerbread to majority of their Android devices which did not ship with Google’s latest OS. AT&T announced yesterday that they would bring Gingerbread to all of their 2011 devices and the Samsung Captivate. T-Mobile has just notified users of the G2X that an OTA update containing Gingerbread will start rolling out to devices starting today.
This update not only brings Gingerbread and its many improvements to the device, but also provides improved battery life, improved disabling Car Home, helps address unexpected reboots, and improved front-facing camera operation when using Qik record and share.
If you prefer to do things manually, you can update the device yourself on the computer through the LG Updater Tool. It’s nice to see these carriers making an attempt to update your device to Gingerbread.
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