gmail update

This is a discussion on gmail update within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; just updated to 2.3 if you are having trouble updating with a rooted n1 like myself running cm6. uninstall 2.2.1 or older gmail via titanium ...

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    Senior Member bud760's Avatar
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    just updated to 2.3 if you are having trouble updating with a rooted n1 like myself running cm6. uninstall 2.2.1 or older gmail via titanium backup, reboot then install from market
    Quote Originally Posted by Yadao View Post
    Anything with an i in the front of it from Apple is not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_808 View Post
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    Native to the phone? What does that even mean?

    Just because the phone came with gmail installed does not mean that it might not need to be updated once in a while.

    There is a concept called modularity. It makes perfectly good sense to create separate applications to perform difference tasks.

    You can certainly setup gmail (or any other application for that matter) to automatically update in the market (if you're using FroYo).
    it came already installed. in case you forgot, this is the google phone, so certain apps came with it already installed. if you remember the phone was sold by google, so one would think that their own apps would already be integrated with the market and update almost automatically. or if not automatically since some people may not like that, you should not need to redownload the same app from the market, b/c as the 2nd poster stated it does take more space
    Correct if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure all updates just overwrites the old version. In some cases, the newer version's file size might be slightly different because of added/omitted features.

    If you actually "redownloaded" the same app for every single update, your phone would have ran out of space a long time ago...

    that's good to know. i was hoping it would overwrite exisiting apps so it doesnt take up more space, but was just going by what the other poster said.

    also, i havent had any problems of slowness or crashing as mentioned

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    Yeah I thought about it overwriting after I posted, but was too lazy to edit :-/

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