Deathwish238, 21 May 2010The Android 2.2 SDK is out but ROMs are not out yet. Soon, very very soon we will have Android... morethanks for ur help ,, but i cant understand why or what does change the ROM make ( the difference if i change it)
Anonymous, 02 May 2010Hi there,
I am considering getting this handset on Vodafone UK. I use a macbook pro and see... moreThis isn't the archaic iPhone that needs you to plug in your phone to your computer all the time.
Android doesn't care what computer you have. All syncing is done wirelessly either Over the Air(OTA) or over your WiFi.
You don't need to connect an Android phone to a computer for almost any reason. Really only if you're hacking your phone or dragging and dropping.
How would i stop my handset from connecting to internet automatically. due to that i incurred huge bill from my carrier
Anonymous, 06 May 2010How would i transfer download applications pictures and videos to sd card or memory card is th... moreTry using Astro File Manager to backup your application's APKs and manage your sdcard/internal memory.
Karan, 11 May 2010Have seen this phone...its better then i phone,,,,the feel and looks is better....bt i dnt knw... moreThe Nexus One is a better phone that the HTC Desire imo. They're going to perform very similarly, but the Nexus One has a second mic for noise cancelling and it will get updates before any other phone does. Google has announced that the Nexus One is getting Android 2.2 first within the next couple weeks.
Plus, if you like SenseUI you can just run an HTC Desire ROM.
faru, 12 May 2010please anyone who is using this phone tell me that how long its battery lasts, is there any is... moreMy battery will last all day but I do need to charge it daily.
If people have battery issues, it's because of an app they're running. If you have your twitter update every 5 minutes, it's going to hurt your battery life but people should know that.
Yashpal, 13 May 2010Can Anybody tell me how to use internet from service operator..
While using WiFi the net is w... moreYou probably need to specify your carrier's settings. Look in your Settings app....Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> Manage Networks -> Access Point Names
Try going to your carrier's website or googling up their settings information. It shouldn't be hard to find.
fyi I'm running a Desire ROM, but I think the setting location is the same.
anas, 20 May 2010how to install the new update 2.2 ,,, when i go to settings - about phone - system updates i c... moreThe Android 2.2 SDK is out but ROMs are not out yet. Soon, very very soon we will have Android 2.2 rolling out to the Nexus One.
Alternatively, you could watch the for 2.2 ROMs on the Nexus One Android Development forum @ XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=559
or Nexus One Modaco forum: http://android.modaco.com/category/426/google-nexus-one-nexusone-modaco-com/
gizmodo sources claim n1 gets priority in update everything else undetermined
how to install the new update 2.2 ,,, when i go to settings - about phone - system updates i cant find any new update any help !!
please uninstall any task killer apps if you're facing power button problem.
NG, 16 May 2010this is my video for all of you that don't be believe me about power button issue:
http://... morei watched your video and i agree that that was a serious problem... hopefully, i won't have that prob with mine (i had mine for less than a month)...
btw, i noticed that you can turn your screen on by pushing the track ball... mine doesn't do that... is your phone rooted?
rainai, 16 May 2010Btw, what problem did you have with the power button?this is my video for all of you that don't be believe me about power button issue:
Rishi, 16 May 2010how do i send songs via bluetooth? @rishi
I use a third party app, "File Manager", to send music files (and any other file type). you can download it from the android market...
NG, 13 May 2010Four buttons are not the major issue at all, people are overreacting with their comments I had... moreI agree... The four touch sensitive buttons are not really that big of an issue (once you get to know where the real touch points are). It's not really that the buttons are not responsive. It's just that the touch points are actually located a bit off - a bit higher - from the icons.
I've been using the Nexus One for a little over 2 weeks now and I'm pretty happy with it.
The people who are ranting about the four buttons probably:
1. haven't really tried the Nexus One and are just trolling
2. are just overreacting
3. are unfortunate to have a (more) defective phone
What I mean by "more defective" is... well, I would have to agree that even though the problem of the four buttons is not a major issue to me, it is still a defect.
Anonymous, 14 May 2010better buy sony ericsson vivaz than this rubbish. if you want a real phone come have a look in... moreIt's so easy to say bad critics as anonymous when you don't what you talk about. I have the nexus one since one month and it works like a charm. Good quality photos for regular needs. Fast and good in hands. The best android phone I used with the desire.