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Monday, 15 August 2011
Kyocera is definitely a huge mobile phone manufacturer in Japan, but surely, their footprint is somewhat small on a global scale. And of course, if you are a proud owner of the Kyocera Echo, you’d be delighted to know that this particular smartphone has received a Gingerbread update just recently, in which the phone now runs on the Android 2.3.4.

Apparently, the rollout of the much anticipated Android 2.3.4 was stalled, whereby previous users that upgraded their phones to the Gingerbread version experienced adverse effects, like bricking. And after 9 days of the pullout, the Android 2.3.4 is once again available for download. According to Kyocera, they will most likely push the Android 2.3.4 on a small scale at the initial stage. And once the bricking problem doesn’t surface again, the update will be pushed on a large-scale. So did you experience the bricking problem on the Echo?

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