We dont have Froyo 2.2 fully and may be next month Android 3.0 Gingerbread will be annouced...
Good news for all N1.
Starting today, Nexus One users will begin to receive the Android 2.2 (codenamed Froyo) over-the-air software update on their phones. This update provides some great new features including support for making your handset a portable hotspot and support for Adobe Flash within the browser. For a complete list of everything we’ve included in Android 2.2, please see the Android 2.2 Platform Highlights.
In order to access the update, you will receive a message on your phone's notification bar. Just download the update, wait for it to install, and you should be all set. This update will be rolled out gradually to phones - and most users will receive the notification by the end of the week . We hope you enjoy these new features.
Hi every one
From ERE27 you can do a multi stage update, 27 to 50 to 83 then to 85.
HN, 01 Jul 2010Update: Thanks to a few readers, we've now got a direct link from Google's servers to update f... morecmon its another hoax no update yet believe me no update yet its final no update yet
HN, 01 Jul 2010Update: Thanks to a few readers, we've now got a direct link from Google's servers to update f... moreHN please give me the step by step procedure in upgrading my nexus one (manualy)to froyo i am in build ERE27 and seek and tired in waiting for the ota update.
HN, 01 Jul 2010Update: Thanks to a few readers, we've now got a direct link from Google's servers to update f... moreIn Reply HN Non Non no update yet Ill been checking my Nexus one notification 100 times today but still no ota update. I dont why google has the nerve to play on their clients. this is not fair. They should told us that there is no ota froyo update so we will not hoping for froyo 2.2 anyway 2.1 is running smoothly on our phone.
Update: Thanks to a few readers, we've now got a direct link from Google's servers to update from EPE54B to FRF85.
Update 2: Tipster Christian R has sent us a picture of his T-Mobile-banded Nexus One with FRF85, apparently updated from Android 2.1 build ERE27. Has the T-Mobile rollout begun? Not for us, at least.
Update 3: And now we've got a direct link to download a FRF85 build that'll supposedly work for any Android build. We can safely say that it worked for us on a T-Mobile device with 2.1 / ERE27. Download from Google here, and if you need direction on how to do the update yourself, take a cue from our commenters. [Thanks, MRCUR and afinite]
Update 4: And now it's official. Keep an eye on that notification bar if you're itching for the OTA method. So that's one phone down, quite a few to go! [Thanks, cl]
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2010Have anyone received android 2.2 update OTA ? I'm using android 2.1-update1 and still not rece... moreI am still waiting for the FROYO 2.2 ota update. Now I believe that the OTA update is jus t a press release from other site they keep on saying that ota is already rolling out. Lets wait for the official news from Google. But to tell you frankly since I got tired of waiting for that froyo update i decided to return to my Blackberry 9700. Now i have peace of mind.
Have anyone received android 2.2 update OTA ? I'm using android 2.1-update1 and still not receive update notification of 2.2 yet.
does this phone have a little green notification light on the right side like the droid does. to warn you when u have messages? please reply. thanks ")
hey im jay and im thinking of buying this phone. i just have one question. from a scale of 1 - 10 how would u rate the loudness of the speaker of this phone. thanks =)
HN, 01 Jul 2010Android version 2.2 Froyo for Nexus One Final Update FRF83 Jun 24, 2010 14:36 Just a short ... moreHH thank you very much for the details uprading to froyo my problem is i am still on er 27 something will your procedure apllicable to this??
Android version 2.2 Froyo for Nexus One Final Update FRF83
Jun 24, 2010 14:36
Just a short note. The final source code for Android 2.2 has been released by Google. Nexus One owners can now update to the final version FRF83. Previous FRF50 and FRF72 builds of Froyo can both update to FRF83.
The hottest threads discussing FRF83:
Download links with QR codes from official Google site:
QR Code for FRF72 to FRF83 update: http://android.clients.google.com/packages/passion/signed-passion-FRF83-from-FRF72.684bd56a.zip
QR Code for FRF50>FRF83 update: http://android.clients.google.com/packages/passion/signed-passion-FRF83-from-FRF50.38d66b26.zip
1.Download your correct file
2.Copy the file to the root of your SD card
3.Rename the file to update.zip
4.Switch off the phone
5.Press and hold the trackball
6.Power on the phone, keep trackball pressed
9.Phone reboots. When it shows the caution+Android logo, press POWER, keep pressed, then Volume Up
Done, enjoy FRF83.
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behzad, 30 Jun 2010My Friends yes it is an ota update and its size is 507 kb . Difference was not observed Seems ... moreSir Behzad my problem is Iam still on ER27 something so I cannot jump from 27 to 83 So icannot do anything but to wait for the official froyo update from google.
Well, it may not be the official release being pushed to handsets, but it’s certainly a step in the right direction. Google has released the Android 2.2 (Froyo) source code for developers.
To many users, this doesn’t mean much, besides that the release to devices is near. If you’re an Android hacker/modder, you’re probably in heaven right now. This means devs that cook up ROMs will have it much easier now. With more code to work with, great things will come from it. If you’re looking for a ROM to flash, I’d suggest you wait it out a bit, not many (if any) are available at the moment that take full advantage of the source code at the moment, but rest assured, they’re coming. Likely soon.
But it’s not all about modding and hacking, the release of the Froyo source code means that now manufactures can now get cracking on getting Froyo on their handsets. Some may take longer than others, as they need to make sure that their custom Android user interface plays nice with Froyo. If there are light tweaks to the UI, it shouldn’t take too long for a manufacturers’ dev team to get Froyo up and running, but HTC, for instance, may have it’s work cut out for them before releasing an update. But I could be wrong about that, HTC is probably well and ready to attack Froyo and get it on their handsets as soon as possible.
Google certainly provided a double-whammy in announcing the Droid X and releasing the Froyo source code today. If Google could try (keyword try) to play dirty a day before the launch of the iPhone 4, this would be it. Now whether or not it will work remains to be seen, but it’s likely that this won’t faze Apple much. Now if Google were to announce a Nexus Two and Google Music today, then that certainly would have turn some heads.
My Friends yes it is an ota update and its size is 507 kb . Difference was not observed Seems that has fixed Bag . u can get it from here http://android.clients.google.com/packages/passion/signed-passion-FRF85B-from-FRF83.f62ffd2b.zip ..........
if u update it please tell me . i try to get u more Future
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2010Lee Roy Nexus one is a lot better than HTC slide in terms of hardware.When you say "hardware" what aspects of the phone are you taking about?