It looks like Google is on a problematic streak this week. First it was the whole issue with emails on Gmail being deleted and now it’s been reported that the official Gingerbread (Android 2.3) update for the Nexus One causes Google Voice to stop working on some handsets. The problem can be easily rectified by uninstalling the app and reinstalling an older version of it and then updating it on the Android Market…or you can wait for Google to issue a fix, which will have you waiting for an indefinite amount of time. The fix is by no means terribly hard to do, but problems like these shouldn’t really exist in the first place. How many of you have had problems with the Gingerbread update on your Nexus One or Nexus S?
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