Samsung Galaxy S Android Froyo 2.2 Update Problems?
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone are no doubt aware that at some point their device will gain the latest Android operating system, Android 2.2 Froyo, an update which will be delivered by the Samsung Kies program.
According to Daily2news, the roll out of Android 2.2 Froyo to the Samsung Galaxy S will initially begin with Norway after which the operating system update will be made available to other European countries and then followed by Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, North America and Africa.
Well I’m in the United Kingdom and as yet haven’t been able to grab the Android 2.2 Froyo update for my Samsung Galaxy S as I’m not too sure if it is available for the UK version yet.
However I have come across a problem in as much as when I try to connect to Samsung Kies it says it doesn’t recognise my device, which leaves me wonder if I will actually be able to update to Android 2.2 Froyo, am I the only one with this problem or are there others?
Personally I don’t really understand why Samsung can’t push out the update over the air like most updates to other smartphones, I mean isn’t that the easiest way to deliver an OS update?
So what we would like to know from our Samsung Galaxy S readers is if you have gained the Android 2.2 Froyo update and if so does it deliver results, and if you have had any difficulty with Samsung Keis? Feel free to drop us a comment below.