March 7th, 2012, 02:35 AM
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Linux/Android Kernel Gingerbread versions
My B version rom is based on the 2.3.4 Android version, but take a a look at the updates since then:
Version 2.3.4 introduced support for voice or video chat using Google Talk.
Released on 25 July 2011, Android 2.3.5 included a number of system enhancements:
Improved network performance for the Nexus S 4G, among other fixes and improvements
Fixed Bluetooth bug on Samsung Galaxy S
Improved Gmail application
Shadow animations for list scrolling
Camera software enhancements
Improved battery efficiency
Released on 2 September 2011, this version fixed a voice search bug. The 2.3.6 update had the side-effect of impairing the Wi-Fi hotspot functionality of many Canadian Nexus S phones. Google acknowledged this problem and fixed it in late September.
Android 2.3.7 introduced Google Wallet support for the Nexus S 4G.
It looks like it's worth looking into to see what version of android the C and D updates are, or compiling a kernel somehow based on those newer versions of android to reap some benefit.