Further problems have come to light with the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update for Google Nexus One owners on Vodafone, with more users taking to the carrier’s forums to vent their ire.
Issues with the operating system bump to the newest version of Google’s smartphone platform first surfaced last month. At the time, UK owners of the search giant’s debut branded phone reported reduced battery life, weaker 3G signal and problems with the predictive text functionality.
In the meantime, thanks to a post from one of Voda’s forum moderators, it has since emerged that the update also causes errors downloading apps from the Android Market and means that owners cannot connect to Wi-Fi networks.
Alas, that’s not all. There’s also a glitch with Hotmail that prompts deleted emails to reappear. And to round things off, MMS messaging has become problematic and the exchange email and calendar isn’t updating for many of those affected.
Voda’s moderator also reveals that an investigation into the matter is ongoing and requests input from users relating to other problems they’ve encountered.
“Many thanks to you all for raising the issues you've all been experiencing with the updates for the Google Nexus One. Out technical team is in contact with Google and they are being investigated.”
If you’ve had a problem with an Android update, that’s with the Google Nexus One or any other phone, let us know in the comments section below. We’ll do whatever we can to bring the matter the light.