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Still using the original Samsung Galaxy S? We bet that there's quite a few of you out there still carrying around this venerable device, and in the UK at least Samsung have reportedly started pushing out an Android 2.3.5 update.

The changelog promises a whole batch of bug fixes, along with the usual performance improvements you might expect from an OS update, better battery life, and enhancements to the messaging app and to the camera. 

GSMarena is reporting though that this update could wipe your apps and your data, which sounds pretty messed up for a minor OS update. But take heed and make sure everything is backed up just in case. If you've seen the update hit us up in the comments and let us know how it went.

Source: GSMarena

 
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Original Galaxy S 2.3.5 update reportedly pushing in the UK

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I still have my Galaxy S and I havent upgraded since when it got released. Wonderful phone and can handle everything I trhow at it!

I'm running ICS on it right now and working smooth as ever!

"I'm running ICS on it right now and working smooth as ever!"

You haven't upgraded it but it is running ICS?

Some people live in a fantasy world!

I'm guessing AndroidUK was referring to never updated with OTA or Kies. Only flashing ROMs, but I think you already knew that. My first read through, I read the same way.