Does anyone using this phone? what are the features it having? when comparing with other phones how is the durability?
Yeah, 23 May 2010THis is bull crap, respect your customers google. Just because we don't own your ugly nexus 1,... moreUgly N1 huh? Or you can't afford to have one. Keep your BS comments to yourself and stop whining like a b**ch. If you not being patience enough for A.2.2 to roll out for your device than go get an N1.
nokia fanboy, 24 May 2010When do i get this update thingy on my nokia 5800Another Day
I've brought HTC Hero, before I came from SYMBIAN. I've used many SYMBIAN phones from Nokia. I've got HTC Hero to get some fresh air after using so many SYMBIAN phones. I thought Android on hero was best & HTC will provide updates time to time for it!???
BUT, my idea was totally wrong, Before buying this one I compared Hero to N97 mini. Now I think N97 mini is far better than my hero. At least N97 mini gets its updates time to time.
I'll go back to SYMBIAN again with Nokia, Hero is my first and last handset from HTC unless they provide Android 2.2 update for it. unless they provide Android 2.2 update for it.
SYMBIAN, SYMBIAN & SYMBIAN is far better than any versions of Android. SYMBIAN is the best with NOKIA.
updated my Nexus to 2.2, and WOW, linpack benchmark is hitting 39-41 mflops - others with custom versions of 2.2 and rooted access are hitting 49mflops, theres a few small bugs with 2.2 but the added features... wow..
fiftyfourj, 24 May 2010For gods sake, android 2.2 is being rolled out, whilst my xperia x10 is still stuck on 1.6.. d... moreThat shows how much x10 sucks, a phone with so much great potential but no support in software and so it fails to compete with other great devices
peter, 24 May 2010what do u mean rooted?Rooting your phone gives access to the top level folder hierarchy of the phone and it's software. You can mod your phone to get access to these folders to install whatever ROM you like. However the official updates from Android need a standard, non-tweaked ROM package to write to otherwise the update will fail.
Froyo 2.2 is only compatible with non-rooted phones for now.
Just a warning for those who are jumping the gun with a rooted system
so if some is on Cupcake or eclair can they update it to Froyo???
or does it have to be the same?
gandlaf, 24 May 2010Froyo was the little dude that took the ring for a walkLOL!!! This made me think... then LOL!!!
anyway, in answer to the question, "Froyo" is "FROzen YOghurt", which is also the codename of Android OS 2.2...
For gods sake, android 2.2 is being rolled out, whilst my xperia x10 is still stuck on 1.6.. disgusting!
[deleted post]And me??
My original comment (however brief) was based on the process by which Google (and the OHA) has tackled the update of the Android OS on the Nexus One by delivering it to the end-user within a very small timeframe from its initial announcement therefore demonstrating the efficiency at which the Android platform is progressing in contrast to the iPhone which has remained all but static in hardware and software for the past 3 years. And whereas Apple insult their users with such ground-breaking update features like 'copy n' paste' (a feature that also made it to TV advertising level!?!), Android users get busy with Flash and dramatic speed improvements.
But thanks for your input, I think I can guess what phone you have...
imac, 23 May 2010What does froyo mean ?Froyo was the little dude that took the ring for a walk
but it is...why are some you heads so hard that you can't understand that Google has released the update to all manufactures and you just have to wait till they custom fit the os to the particular phone....excellent job Google fantastic keep up the good work.....is what makes android so exciting...running motoblur btw