Update: Market 3.3.11 is now available!
Android Market 3.2.0 has been leaked from Nexus Prime and floating all over the internet.
For those of you who want to figure out what the upgrades/changes are, you can install it on your rooted Android phone by doing the following:
Download Vending.apk here and copy over to the SD card storage of your Android device.
Next open up ES File Explorer app (available free on the Market), then hit Menu->Settings.
Check “Root Explorer” ON and then check “Mount File System” to ON (to enable system read/write).
Do a long-press on the Vending.apk file you copied over earlier then choose “Copy”.
Next, go browse to the /system/app folder and rename the existing Vending.apk to something like Vending.backup.
Do a long-press and choose “Paste”. You should now have two files, Vending.apk and the old Vending.backup.
If for some reason the new Market v.3.2.0 isn’t working for you, simply erase Vending.apk and rename Vending.backup to Vending.apk.
So far, we have not seen a single change from Market v.3.1.5 on the new v.3.2.0. If you do see anything different, don’t forget to let us know in the comments box below.
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