So many of you are already waiting for Google Talk video chat, since Google finally announced to  release an update to Gingerbread that gives Nexus S users the ability to video-chat using the native Google Talk video chat. Hardly 4% of the people are running Gingerbread so you can imagine how many are using Gingerbread on their Nexus S. So what about the folks? Do they have to wait another 4 months to push out the Android 2.3.4 OTA. Though one way to get out of this is already mentioned in another of my post , manual update to nexus phones . Those who don’t want to manually update,there is another catch.

Firstly, you need to be rooted. secondly, you need to already be running a Gingerbread ROM the version doesn’t can simply follow the steps below:

  • Backup your ROM
  • Download zip file
  • Place zip file onto the root of your sd card (not inside any folders)
  • Use ROM Manager to flash the zip or boot into recovery manually and flash the zip
  • Enjoy =)

[Via: phnadroid ]