Google Nexus One Getting Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread Through OTA

After a long wait Google finally informs their 1st Google Phone- HTC Google Nexus One users will get Android 2.3 Gingerbread update soon. Today Google post it on their official twitter account and saying that it may takes few weeks to complete the process in all countries. In the mean time Google Nexus S also getting the same update- Android 2.3.3. It is expected that this update will fixes various bugs and random reboots have been addressed.
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This is a great news for the Google Nexus One users. Because they are waiting anxiously for this gingerbread update and to see the new face of their phone.

The Android 2.3.3 update in question will bring more NFC capabilities to the Nexus S. From now you will be able to write rewritable NFC tags and new API support for developers to fully utilize the near-field communication chip.

But if are a Nexus S users then one thing for you. If you have your Facebook contacts synced, they’ll all get erased. Google has decided to take this step. As Facebook doesn’t really use the Android contacts API to store contacts on the handset, thus making them impossible to export. So Google is against it and they decide to stop sync Facebook contacts in the Nexus S and future “lead devices”.
 
All the Google Nexus One and Nexus S will get this Android 2.3.3 upgrade Over-The-Air(OTA) in few weeks.
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