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4 responses to “Sprint Says LG Optimus S Gingerbread Re-release Still Coming”

  1. Anon E. Muss

    I have the LG Optimus S, and am looking for the update. However, I am seeing that there is an update, but it has been recalled. I would really like an update, and have been thinking about porting CyanogenMod’s version of Android (possibly 4.0) to my phone. I need to know if this is a good idea or not. If there is a normal update, I need to know where I can find that first.

  2. Amanda O.

    I have the update. Believe me, you don’t want it. My husband and I both downloaded the update to our LG Optimus S phones and since then our phones have not acted right. My phone’s earpiece partially blasts through the speaker, Pandora and Amazon MP3 crash constantly, I have had several times where I cannot make a phone call, SD cars randomly unmounts, pictures no longer fit right on the wallpaper, etc. Those are the problems I can think of right now. I spend more time taking out the battery and restarting the phone than I do actually having full use of the phone and all my services.

  3. Sprint Restarting LG Optimus S Gingerbread Update Wednesday | PhoneNews.com

    [...] update will be made available in waves starting this Wednesday. This follows Sprint’s own assurances made to PhoneNews.com in November of 2011 regarding the status of the update and that it would be [...]

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