Galaxy S Android 2.2.1 update rolling out now in some regions

It seems Samsung is rolling out Android 2.2.1 update for Galaxy S smartphones in some regions. While the exact geographical distribution is unavailable now, Nordic countries have at least got it.

The update has made Galaxy S a lot snappier and includes various bug fixes. We will soon be posting the final changelog of the update. Till then try updating your phone via Samsung Kies and let us know in comments if you got the update.

A few twitter users are also reporting getting the update.

Via Swedroid


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3 thoughts on “Galaxy S Android 2.2.1 update rolling out now in some regions

    Aravindan

    (January 19, 2011 - 3:01 pm)

    Not yet officially available in India…. 🙁

    Abhishek

    (January 18, 2011 - 10:05 pm)

    I had updated in India quite a few days back. But used the KIES registry hack. Performance is definitely lot more snappier. Quite a few UI glitches solved too (some alphabets in phone book were missing). Exchange support and performance has a big improvement.

    for those interested to get it early can view a quick guide at http://abhishekdev.posterous.com/39839249

    Bjorn

    (January 18, 2011 - 8:30 pm)

    I have got it in Iceland

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