News by Michael Oryl on Monday December 27, 2010.
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It appears that Android 2.2 Froyo is now starting to hit Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones with some force. The update will bring a performance boost, improve Microsoft Exchange support, and will add full Adobe Flash 10.1 capability to the browser.
Samsung UK announced via Twitter that the Froyo update is now available for the Galaxy S, which is also known as the i9000. The update requires the use of Samsung Kies software, which can be troublesome. In fact, there still is no version of Kies that supports the 64-bit version of Windows 7. Click here for more information.
On the other side of the pond, in Canada, Samsung Vibrant and Fascinate users are also getting their Froyo updates. The upgrade process, once again, requires use of Samsung's Kies software. More information on that upgrade process can be found here. [via Engadget]source: Samsung UK