AT&T Blesses Samsung Infuse 4G with Gingerbread
AT&T today made Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread available to the Samsung Infuse 4G. The update brings a wide range of new features to the Infuse 4G, including a new touch keyboard, notification shade controls, new widgets and fonts, and improved power management. According to AT&T, the update can only be installed via a Windows PC. It cannot be downloaded over the air, or through Apple computers.
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Didn't this device come out a year ago??
Is your network so fragile that you must defer an ANDROID UPDATE to be done off your network?
Because we know so many users have the infuse and by rushing to download Gingerbread to the masses is going to create a catostropic network event across the nation!
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