Early Leak of Gingerbread 2.3.2 for the Galaxy S Found!

Filed under News by Korey Nicholson on February 28, 2011 at 1:25 PM
Galaxy S i9000 Gingerbread Leak

Galaxy S I9000 Gingerbread Leak

So it looks like Samsung is trying hard to counteract the storm of bad publicity that surrounded their Froyo roll out to American devices by being proactive about Gingerbread development for the Galaxy S I9000 with release version XWJV1.  While the jury is still out for American Galaxy S devices and their future upgrade path, this shows at least some part of Samsung wants to deliver the goods. Download link, more screenshots, and relevant info from the build.prop after the break!

Several XDA users have already reported success with this particular ROM. That said, there are reports of Android Market downloads not working, so I recommend holding off for the time being. However, this will undoubtedly be useful for developers looking to cook up a batch of Google’s latest tasty treat for phones.

If you’re feeling brave, the download link can be obtained here via MultiUpload. In order to flash, you will need to use Odin. Also, according to Lorbas, the original poster in the leak thread:

To flash use pit 512 or 803. Both are working!

Relevant info from the built.prop

# begin build properties
# autogenerated by buildinfo.sh

Source: Android.com.pl Forum via XDA-Developers Forum

2 responses to “Early Leak of Gingerbread 2.3.2 for the Galaxy S Found!”

  1. Coty Spence says:

    Too bad it’ll take the US Galaxy S devices an extra 5 months to get the update.