Samsung Galaxy S 4G Gingerbread Update Now Available

For those that are still the owners of T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S 4G, today is a fantastic day as the carrier has announced that the Galaxy S 4G’s update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread is now available through Samsung’s Kies Mini Software. T-Mobile has made it clear that the update will not be sent Over-The-Air (OTA) so you’re going to have to install it manually.

This news comes just a few days after Sprint’s Galaxy S, the Samsung Epic 4G, was finally upgraded to Gingerbread so you’d have to think updates for the other Galaxy S devices have to be close.

The update for the Galaxy S 4G is going to come with a few other improvements besides Gingerbread itself.

Galaxy S 4G

They include:

  • Google Security Patch
  • Camera enhancements
  • Wi-Fi enhancements

Not bad.

To get started, you’ll want to head here and follow the instructions. It’s as simple as that.



  1. can anyone tell me why I have to take the battery out of my phone to reconnect to my network after I loose my connection

  2. Is anyone else having trouble with calls connection, I have to hit the speaker on then off so the other person can here but I hear them fine. This is really getting on my nerves. I update using kies mini

    • This update is buggy as hell my phone is almost useless and fustrating to use now. WTH did samsung do. Oh i c since were not getting the ICS update samsung wants us to buy an upgradeable ICS phone.nice marketing…. screw you samsung you gets no more of my money. I was going to get thier tablet but now Asus can have my money,Transformer Prime here i come.

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