great news guys.....froyo gets apps to use led as flashlight WITHOUT rooting......its up on the market..check it out...
Alex, 30 May 2010Just got N1 after iPhone 3G, let me just say it is fast but the speaker on N1 is just plain ba... moreAlex if you wish to have a good speaker why did you not buy this N 1 together with live band Jejejeje
Just got N1 after iPhone 3G, let me just say it is fast but the speaker on N1 is just plain bad, for the price thats it's being sold $529 on googles website is just not worth it.
Is anyone out there knows when is the OTA for froyo 2.2 start rolling????
Anonymous, 26 May 2010By the way how do update it thru manual updating? 1. Download the Android 2.2 firmware
for the Nexus One – here is the link to download
2. Rename the file update.zip and copy it to your microSD card via USB. [Note: make sure the file is named update.zip and not update.zip.zip.]
3. Power down your Nexus One
4. Hold down the “Volume Down” button as you power the phone back on.
5. A screen should appear showing your phone’s system searching for various files. Scroll down to “recovery” and press the “Power” button.
6. When you see the triangle with an exclamation point symbol, press the “Power” and “Volume Up” buttons at the same time.
7. From the menu that appears, select “Apply sdcard:update.zip.”
8. When the screen displays “Install from sdcard complete” select “reboot system now” and wait for the phone to power back up.
Read: Google Nexus One Android Froyo Official Installation Instructions [Android Froyo Almost Ready for Your Nexus One; You Can Install It Alone & Here’s How] » TFTS – Technology, Gadgets & Curiosities
Calling All Nexus One Owner is anyone of you got the froyo 2.2. update already via OVER the AIR or OTA.??? Or you just got it thru Manual updating?
ibrahim, 27 May 2010 I did my update manual but google tech people say yesterday the the froyo on the web it is ju... moreThank you very much Ibrahim for the info. I might as well wait for the OTA update since it will come in a week time.
wenhon, 26 May 2010Stay away from the Nexus One, its a very bad phone. 3G signal pretty spotty, Googles answer to... morewatever u experience im so sry for you.not my nexus 1.i never had a problem of my 3G.battery is acceptable.to me this is the best phone rightnow.:)
Anonymous, 27 May 2010Ibrahim have you update your n1 to froyo 2.2 manually or thru over the air updating? I did my update manual but google tech people say yesterday the the froyo on the web it is just the beta the official OTA update will come in weeks and even user who have the froyo now on N1 will get that update. I think is gonna be like 2.1 and 2.1 update1
[deleted post]Ibrahim have you update your n1 to froyo 2.2 manually or thru over the air updating?
wenhon, 26 May 2010Stay away from the Nexus One, its a very bad phone. 3G signal pretty spotty, Googles answer to... moreHello is been 2 months i have a N1 it is a very good phone you have to know how use it. You can buy a android phone and expect is work like WM or APPLE it is different OS and UI,i use to have ipaq, MDA, DASH, OMNIA 1, IPHONE 3G, OMNIA 2 and now N1. I just wanna let you even after two months on the NEXUS ONE i am still learning, the N1 it was my first android. I just update to froyo 3 days ago, the battery problem people are talking about is because in the default setting the GPS is on all the time for the weather geo location place in the browser just go to setting and turn them off and flash is set to be always on change it to "off" or "on demand" other wise even if the screen is off if you don t have your browser set to "auto kill" flash content will still be running on the background. The nexus one it is a powerfull multitasking phone learn how to use it or give your selft time to learn the phone it is different. Sorry for my english i am not a native.
Phone survived four drops already. Teflon coating and metal reinforced frame should be.on all phones but they don't cuz you can buy another
REally good phone, phone calls always going excellent and noise suppresion works perfectly, pretty fast interface, display is awesome, all the apps that you need are in market (very easy to use), do not worry about signal issues that's not happening anymore
wenhon, 26 May 2010Stay away from the Nexus One, its a very bad phone. 3G signal pretty spotty, Googles answer to... moreRealy Realy Realy But I love my N1 very much maybe u dont know how to use it properly that is why you dont appreciate it. On that case i think you have to manufacture your own celphone.jejejeje If have your own celphone product line that is the time we will stay away with n1
Stay away from the Nexus One, its a very bad phone. 3G signal pretty spotty, Googles answer to it is "if you get bad reception try changing your LOCATION!!" also you will get better reception if you use your phone upside down.... This phone is battery hungry... it starts tasks even if you kill them, they just keep cming up. Whenever I'm locking the phone i have to kill the tasks running cause Googles concept of multitasking is having all apps running and draining power.
Contact are annoying to search.
Camera is pretty lousy.
Alarm is pretty low, so is ring and speakerphone.
Overall a bad phone.... I bought it cause I didnt want to fall under Steve Jobs comunist regimen, but now I regret my decision. I dont know if all HTC are as bad as the Nexus One, but sure the support is crappy, consider your support hours of reading through Googles forums, cause there is not even a decent website dedicated to ALL the common problems all N1 users are having