How To Update Samsung Galaxy S I9000 to stable Gingerbread XWJVB 2.3.3 Firmware
For all those who are eagerly waiting for the official Gingerbread release of 2.3.3, the time has come, so let’s check out on how you can install with the latest Gingerbread release. As of now Samsung is reportedly only pushing the Gingerbread 2.3.3 release foe Galaxy S GT I9000 only in the parts of Europe, but soon it will be released in other parts of the World. But unlike other leading websites which just believe in spreading the news, we take extra effort and ensures that you get the complete coverage on all the firmware releases for your Samsung Galaxy S. So, before we proceed for updating the Galaxy S GT I9000, the great news is that irrespective of country from where you have bought your Galaxy S GT I9000, you can update this firmware of Gingerbread 2.3.3.
Also, updating with this firmware won’t mean that your phone’s warranty will not be void and also most importantly if you have rooted your Galaxy S then too you can proceed and update this firmware. Since there are many users who update their phones for the first time, irrespective of your current Galaxy S firmware version like 2.1, 2.2 or 2.2.1 or 2.3.2 or even beta release of 2.3.3 XXJVK, you can comfortably update your phones with this firmware release.
Many of the users also would like to ask about the stability and credibility of this firmware update, but you will be happy to know that this is not any beta or the leak release but in fact this Gingerbread 2.3.3 version is a KIES release which has been just released for some of the European countries.