Sprint originally pushed out the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for its LG Optimus S handset in mid-September, But the Gingerbread build LS670ZVH was full of bugs and broke the features such as USB mass storage, predictive text, keyboard and charging. According to a post on Sprint Community, the carrier is planning to re-push the Gingerbread update for the LG Optimus S handsets from Wednesday, April 4th. The new build number will be LS670ZVJ. Along with the Gingerbread build, the update will bring a slew of bug fixes, improvements and more.
Here’s the full changelog of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update LS670ZVJ for Sprint’s Optimus S:
- # Fix for Device not charging issue.
- # Fix for SD card un-mounting error.
- # Fix for Device not recognized by Windows XP, Vista, or 7 operating systems.
- # Predictive Text with Android Keyboard issue.
- # Voice call volume issue fixed.
- Android 2.3 (Gingerbread):
- # Updated color scheme (includes darker notification bar and black-based menus).
- # New on-screen keyboard (supports multi-touch input and a smart auto-correction function).
- # Improved cut-paste functionality.
- # New integrated download application for ease in accessing downloaded files.
- # Updated camera application.
- # Power management and task killer applications.
The update will be rolled out in stages and all the Sprint branded Optimus S handsets will receive the update by April 25.
Source: Sprint Community