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Old February 25th, 2011, 02:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Laugh Anyone actually receive the Gingerbread update OTA?

It looks as if everyone is manually updating their Nexus Ones but has anyone actually received the Official OTA update?

When Froyo came out, I lasted all of few hours before I got impatient and manually updated my phone. Since FRF91, I've managed to control my urges and waited to receive the updates OTA. I've noticed that I usually get the update notification on the Monday following a release. I don't know if I cane wait 4 days, but I'll give it a try.

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Old February 25th, 2011, 04:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Waiting is for suckers. Manual update the second the link is released!
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The heck with that. I never got my panties in a bunch over the GB delay so I had planned on waiting for the OTA like always did.

Come 11PM, I realize my 9 month old 2TB HD took its life and took with with it 1.4TB of my movies and misc junk....all gone I took a risk without backing up and I paid the price

Needed a pick me up so I manually updated my N1 a couple of hours ago, its now 4AM and my eyes are very very heavy but they're smiling

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There is absolutely no glory in waiting. Allow your urge to update to bloom.
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Manual update takes no longer than 5 to 6 minutes.
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I take it the OP is nervous about this not being the same as the official release. Am I right?

I updated manually when 2.2 came out and it all worked out well.
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Old February 25th, 2011, 10:30 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I take it the OP is nervous about this not being the same as the official release. Am I right?

I updated manually when 2.2 came out and it all worked out well.
Although there is a part of me that does worry about legitimacy of updates I find on the internet, I did do the manual update to get Froyo because it was a noticeable improvement over Eclair and I just couldn't wait for the official release. Gingerbread on the other hand isn't a big leap from Froyo, so my cautious nature is beating out my urge to update. I guess if it doesn't come by Monday, I'll probably do it manually. I already have the zip file saved on my computer.
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what exactly are you afraid of ??? if it's modified in any way it won't install ...


there is no reason to be "cautious" here ,everything is done securely !
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Old February 26th, 2011, 05:07 AM   #9 (permalink)
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what exactly are you afraid of ??? if it's modified in any way it won't install ...


there is no reason to be "cautious" here ,everything is done securely !
Like I said in my original post, I'm giving Google till Monday to send the update OTA. If it doesn't come by then, I'll most likely do it manually. I'm actually not too worried about the legitimacy of the Gingerbread update because I can see that the link is to Google's server and not some random tech site. I just prefer to get updates OTA because it helps me sleep better at night knowing that it's legit and I'm not going to brick my phone by messing around with the bootloader or other critical areas of the phone. If I could afford a new phone, I probably wouldn't be so cautious.
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thrust me / us ... this phone is built for this sort of thing ,you can't brick it by updateing manually or by rooting it. it's like buying a pc and never entering BIOS because you are afraid you'll brick it [actually you can if you are dumb enough to set something wrong ,but this is not the point here].
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I updated my phone with a head cold, playing internet Scrabble while eating chex mix and drinking a Coke Zero. Brains never entered into it. I think it took all of 5 minutes including the download.
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I updated my phone with a head cold, playing internet Scrabble while eating chex mix and drinking a Coke Zero. Brains never entered into it. I think it took all of 5 minutes including the download.
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Old February 26th, 2011, 08:09 AM   #13 (permalink)
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The process of a manual update is the same as an OTA update, all you're doing is initiating it. No messing with the bootloader at all
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So the question of the original poster still stands...

Has anyone gotten the OTA update yet?
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Old February 26th, 2011, 09:15 AM   #15 (permalink)
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So the question of the original poster still stands...

Has anyone gotten the OTA update yet?
As with any OTA update, the registered developer Nexuses (Nexii?) get them first, which is where the download link came from. So yes, someone has received the OTA somewhere. Then they have a tiered roll-out to consumers based on region, serial number and the Mayan calendar.

The problem with asking that question here is because we're so damned impatient that ... well this explains it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ0epRjfGLw
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I updated my phone with a head cold, playing internet Scrabble while eating chex mix and drinking a Coke Zero. Brains never entered into it. I think it took all of 5 minutes including the download.
Rofl.

Trust me, If I can do this update (and I did), it is idiot-proof!
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Old February 26th, 2011, 09:45 PM   #17 (permalink)
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The peer pressure is strong in this forum. If I give in to the dark side, I'll have to change my name to Darth Bidnez.
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I can understand being cautious. This stuff is not exactly full proof. It's one thing when you get the OTA from Google, and it's another to go somewhere, download something that may or may not be the real thing, then install it.

Having said that, I have upgraded. Here's a link: How to Install Android 2.3.3 GingerBread on Nexus One [Guide, Download] | TechnoBolt

...it has the instructions too.

Works very well. I see that you're almost ready to give into peer pressure anyway, I thought you could use some reassurance. :-)
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Plus considering we have all upgraded, I would believe it to be safe.
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Old February 26th, 2011, 11:59 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Call me Darth Bidnez. I have given in to the dark side. The update is installing as I writing this post.
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....and Darth Bidnez is now wondering why he even questioned it?
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....and Darth Bidnez is now wondering why he even questioned it?
Updating to 2.3.3 really is the dark side. The whole look of Gingerbread is black. Anyone know where I can read a list of changes?
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Updating to 2.3.3 really is the dark side. The whole look of Gingerbread is black. Anyone know where I can read a list of changes?
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I didn't I did a manual update
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I just got the update here in Bulgaria.
Time was 7:30 AM EET (East European Time)

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UK - was there waiting for me when I woke up this morning
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UK - was there waiting for me when I woke up this morning
Ho hum, did the manual update yesterday.. coulda waited & have Google do it 4 me...

What version does your's say it is Soupdragon??

Mine reports 2.3.3, GRI40..


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Just got my OTA today (Canada). Glad to have Gingerbread, seems to be in working order.
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Ho hum, did the manual update yesterday.. coulda waited & have Google do it 4 me...

What version does your's say it is Soupdragon??

Mine reports 2.3.3, GRI40..


Regards & thanks in advance...

I was very close to going manual and prob would have except we're away on hol for a coupleof days and my nexus obsession isn't always well appreciated

The ota has given me the same as your's above, and my radio is now 5.08.

I do like the new look to it all.

Ooops, my absence has attracted attention, gtg !
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Ooops, my absence has attracted attention, gtg !
Ah, shame... Just look forward to being retired like wot I am..

Yup, my radio also 5.08
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I updated my phone with a head cold, playing internet Scrabble while eating chex mix and drinking a Coke Zero. Brains never entered into it. I think it took all of 5 minutes including the download.

Hey - same here almost. It was a piece of cake. loving it.
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I got it yesterday!
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I noticed mine last night before I went to bed. I was dead tired though and had to wait until today to install it.
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I got mine on Monday night. Here's what happened : I played angry birds and then I switched back to to home screen because the phone vibration caused me to exit the game, I suddenly saw the a little icon and noticed that it was the new gingerbread update, from all the excitement I accidentally hit the clear button and the icon/update disappeared. I started to panic but then I went into settings and saw that it was still there I clicked on it and I saw it downloading then it said it will restart in order to update, after it did that it came back on but nothing was changed. I checked the phone info and it still says 2.2.2! Was it supposed to happen like that? Did I mess up somewhere? PLEASE HELP!!! U.S. T-MOBILE.
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Just got mine 45 minutes ago....no problems. Took like 10 minutes and that was it.
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I got mine on Monday night. Here's what happened : I played angry birds and then I switched back to to home screen because the phone vibration caused me to exit the game, I suddenly saw the a little icon and noticed that it was the new gingerbread update, from all the excitement I accidentally hit the clear button and the icon/update disappeared. I started to panic but then I went into settings and saw that it was still there I clicked on it and I saw it downloading then it said it will restart in order to update, after it did that it came back on but nothing was changed. I checked the phone info and it still says 2.2.2! Was it supposed to happen like that? Did I mess up somewhere? PLEASE HELP!!! U.S. T-MOBILE.
Not to worry. Sometimes with alternate launchers, updates get confused when time to reboot and don't shut the phone down completely. You can wait a day or two and the update will appear on your phone again. This time when it tells you to reboot to complete the process, wait a few seconds before hitting the reboot button. It took me 4 attempts to apply one of the incremental 2.2 updates.

Or, you could just update manually. It's the exact same update.

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I did. I got tired of constantly trying to look up every day if the update was released for download (like I did with Froyo).

So, last night, I was pleasantly surprised to see the little "Update to 2.3.3" notification appear.

Giddy, even.

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Got mine last night! March 2. So far so good, gingerbread rockin!
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