Android 2.3.4 on Nexus S

This is a discussion on Android 2.3.4 on Nexus S within the Nexus S forums, part of the Google Phones category; For all who are with FIDO, I've got my update to Android 2.3.4 at 12:05 PM Today 19 May. The file are 12 MB :D...

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    Junior Member Madsuns's Avatar
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    Android 2.3.4 on Nexus S

    For all who are with FIDO, I've got my update to Android 2.3.4 at 12:05 PM Today 19 May. The file are 12 MB :D

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    is that an update to 2.3.4 or just that upload. I have 2.3.4 but have not seen an update.

    Also any way to deactivate volume button on side of phone. it is always being pressed and of course no sound...

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    It's an update from 2.3.3 to 2.3.4 for the Nexus S distributed by FIDO. This update will remove some bugs like the one where the Wi-Fi logo which appear at the same time of the 3G logo.

    For the volume button, I can't help you, I tried myself too but I don't know how to do it, sorry

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    battery life

    Any great apps to help with battery life. I turned everything off wifi, 4g so on and the battery use of the screen went from 85% to 35% so maybe that will help. I read about apps extended life a lot but too many to try

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    I think the best are "Advanced Task" which close all programs who run in background, that's help to save battery.

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    No defiantly not a task killer those will actually eat up your battery they were useful for anything under 2.2 I think but any ROM above 2.2 has a task sorting system that will kill unneeded tasks on it's own so using a task killer actually hurts your battery.

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