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  1. supersopa

    supersopa Member

    I already tried but have not found anything

    I am a happy italian owner of the phone in question, Nexus One, labeled Google U.S.

    I know that Android is version 2.3.6 but came to my stop at 2.3.4 and is, going on a special screen of the phone tells me that the system is updated. im obviously connected to the Internet.

    can you tell me if it was blocked development, or if you know until they release will be supported?


  2. Mostly Harmless

    Mostly Harmless Well-Known Member Contributor

    Hey super, 2.3.4 is the latest software for the Nexus One.
  3. supersopa

    supersopa Member

    thanks . Do you know if it is intended to support a continuous or stop to this version? you know something?
  4. Hook

    Hook Ever since DU... ;-) VIP Member

    2.3.6 was a special update specifically for the Nexus S. There's really know way to know for sure until updates are released.

    My guess would be that the Nexus One will continue to be updated as long as it meets the basic hardware requirements. That might include Ice Cream Sandwich, again, depending on requirements.

    You can always root and unlock the bootloader to flash an alternate ROM like CyanogenMod 7.

    Basically, I wouldn't worry. The Nexus One is a great phone, whether it gets updated further or not.
  5. Mostly Harmless

    Mostly Harmless Well-Known Member Contributor

    For Ice Cream Sandwich it's going to depend on whether or not the hardware can handle it. Google hasn't forgotten about us for this long (except they take forever to come out with the updates) so if there is an update that the N1 can handle then it will probably get it. The N1 has to be the longest support device so far.
  6. BobbyPhoenix

    BobbyPhoenix Well-Known Member

    The Nexus One is currently the the developer phone for all developers out there. You can still buy them new if you are a dev, or if you just sign up and pay $30 registration fee, so seeing how it's the phone of choice to make sure everything works, it will be supported as long as possible. I've seen a couple posts from users of N1s saying they were just updated to 2.3.6 (the latest being this morning), so maybe a roll out will happen if nobody reports it broke anything.
  7. stalkythefish

    stalkythefish Member

    I think the only thing that could keep ICS off of the N1 is the lack of internal storage. Even if that happens, there will almost certainly be hacks and custom builds. Personally, I think we'll get it.

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