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Old 19.05.2011, 12:08
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Re: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Android 2.2 Froyp Update

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Security fix but not yet on Keis (just tried this morning).
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it's a server-side fix - we don't have to install anything on our handsets.

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Re: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Android 2.2 Froyp Update

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Hi,

it's a server-side fix - we don't have to install anything on our handsets.

Peter
Incidentally, Google had already fixed the Calendar and Contacts issues on the phone-side with Android 2.3.4 (although that still left 99 percent of phones vulnerable), but it too is still stuck with the Picasa vulnerability.

So it is NOT just a server-side fix.
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Old 20.05.2011, 11:33
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Re: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Android 2.2 Froyp Update

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Incidentally, Google had already fixed the Calendar and Contacts issues on the phone-side with Android 2.3.4 (although that still left 99 percent of phones vulnerable), but it too is still stuck with the Picasa vulnerability.

So it is NOT just a server-side fix.
the problem can be fixed locally or on the server. Google had already applied some patches to 2.3.4 that fixed some of the issues before the problem became public.

However, Google's approach NOW is a pure server-side fix. But I won't keep you from checking for updates on KIES if you don't believe me.
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Re: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 and Android 2.2 Froyp Update

So, would I be safe to presume that NO FROYO or newer OS updates are available on Orange for Samsung galaxy (the gt-9000) even after so much time (years...). Unless someone was able to update their fone to newer OS using Kies (now available for mac also)...
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