Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread ) is the latest update to the Android 2.3 for the mobile devices that is being pushed out by Google. It is more of an incremental update without any major new features. One notable exception is the inclusion of the native video calling feature now coming to the Android via the Google Talk 1.3 application. Of course, Google Nexus S will be the first to get the update followed soon by the Nexus one. Note that this 2.3.4 update has already been pushed through the Android Open Source Project (AOSP).
Now we have learned through the XDA forums that crown jewel of this latest Android 2.3.4 update namely: Google Talk 1.3 has been ripped and the apk has been made available for the other Android devices. If you can’t wait for the official update of the Android 2.3.4 to be pushed to your device you can download it & have a go on the installation on your device. Please note that to install the app, you must uninstall the original Talk app and push the new one using adb.
Here are the commands to push the Google Talk 1.3 application to your device:
adb remount adb shell mv /system/app/Talk.apk /system/app/Talk.apk1 adb uninstall com.google.android.talk adb push libtalk_jni.so /system/lib/ adb push Talk2.apk /system/app
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