We were talking about the leaked Android 2.2 update yesterday for the Samsung Galaxy S, and it sure didn’t take too long for someone to install it on an actual Galaxy S, where you can check it out running just fine in a video right after the jump. Bear in mind that the leaked FroYo update for the Galaxy S is still a test ROM, and you can expect way more updates to come before it is certified for use with everyone else. One of the more interesting features in this update would be the rotation lock which the Galaxy S also sports in the quick notification bar which will prevent the screen’s automatic orientation.
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