The Android users can easily upgrade their Android devices from Android Froyo 2.2 to Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 in a seamless manner. The Samsung users can leverage from Kies software to update their firmware in a streamlined way. The end users who are unaware about Kies should download the software from the official web source of Samsung. Post successful installation PC should be restarted by the end users. At this point in time the smart phone should be connected to PC and Kies utility program should be started on the computer. After the sync up has been done, the firmware update can either be selected from the home screen or by right clicking the device name on the top-left menu. The firmware will get updated on the device in span of a click without any hassles at all.
The plethora of Android update options through third party sources such as Gingerbread 2.3.3 ROM’s have hit the international market space. Unlike, iOS unlocking service, Android Jailbreaking is still at nascent stages. One should adhere from such services and downplay on these services. The firmware should essentially be upgraded from the official sources at all times.
The HTC users should refer the official site and leverage from the upgrade instructions to Gingerbread 2.3.3 online. The new release from Android is more stable and can yield better battery performance to the end users in a seamless manner. The user interface is slightly tweaked for better usability experience under all conditions. As a result, Gingerbread release is being looked up as the most sought out for OS from Android till date. The next versions of Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich are already in testing phase. It will be interesting to note if the OS can be upgraded to those versions on existing devices.