Last Updated: December 9th, 2010

With a new OS comes a new manual, and this one's pretty hefty. The 374-page manual for Gingerbread is now available for your perusing pleasure, with plenty of screenshots and details about the new OS. This includes information about the new Near Field Communication function found in the Nexus S:


And the new Downloads app:


The userguide can be downloaded as a PDF or viewed in the Google Docs viewer. Do let us know if you find anything of interest, won't you?

Source: @FreedomITA via @PaulOBrien

Brian O'Toole
Having learnt his writing techniques reading e-Books of Sherlock Holmes, Brian now spends his time /kicking, lurking, SSHing and encoding.
  • Jeroen

    What an utter dissapointment Gingerbread is turning out to be. The UI looks depressing, at least as inconsistent as previous versions and still the same music player. I haven't spotted any major improvements.

  • Brian

    yea your right, I at least thought there were going to be more UI changes except the status bar for the most part, that green in the status bar looks bad, too much of it, I hope 3.0 is a revamped UI. And why can't they make GTalk similar to bbm, able see friends profile pics in gtalk better, higher resolution support for the pics is what im saying, be able to copy text in a chat, being able to send files....I love android and have a nexus, but they really need to step the feature's in gtalk up, also new UI in general.

  • Aaron Gingrich

    But where are the other 348 pages!?