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Installing Android 2.2 “Froyo” On the Nexus One

May 22nd, 2010 05:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

gjt writes “I awoke this morning to see TechCrunch’s MG Siegler post what appeared to be the first news of Froyo’s availability. I frantically went to my phone’s settings and tried to check for an update -oe but no luck. Then I went to xda-developers.com and sure enough there was a very long thread (now over 132 pages) of fellow eager beavers waiting for release (and trying to figure out how to get it). Several hours went by waiting for a semi-technical user to get the update and check the Android logs for the download location. It turns out you can get it straight from Google. With the information scattered around in different places I decided to consolidate the How-To into a single post.” Note: according to attached comments, and to the TechCrunch story, it seems this is a staggered roll-out, so not every Android owner may be able to try it out yet.

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