Any OTA Froyo in UK yet?

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  1. CeePeeBee

    CeePeeBee Well-Known Member
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    Guys

    Now that some people are reporting OTA Froyo - has anyone in the UK had it yet?
     

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  2. Curnsie

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    Nothing here. Hopefully soon
     
  3. t0ph0id

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    Nope, me either.

    I did the manual update from 72 - 83 earlier.
     
  4. thehitmen

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    No not yet...

    Is this vodaphone or Googles OTA push ?
     
  5. t0ph0id

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    Did you buy you N1 direct from Google from their site? Or from Vodafone?
     
  6. thehitmen

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    I purchased it from a Vodaphone Store?

    I was hoping to do a manual update, EPF30 build but i am not sure if i am far behind?
     
  7. CeePeeBee

    CeePeeBee Well-Known Member
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    Mine is purchased from Vodafone, but the N1 is unbranded anyway isn't it? Also I believe the OTA is a Google push not a carrier push.
     
  8. t0ph0id

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    It looks like from EPF30 there is no way to manually update unless you root.
    I'd sit tight if I were you.

    This is where I found the info - xda-developers - View Single Post - [LINKS] Nexus One FRF72
     
  9. bigfod

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    Nothing for me yet. Tried the *#*#checkin#*#* which did something, but didn't find me an OTA.

    My Nexus is direct from Google, bought 2 days after launch, so hopefully will be one of the first to get updated.
     
  10. warr3n

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    For the last update from 2.1 to 2.1-update1 it was a day or two after the first OTA updates were being reported before I received my OTA................
     
  11. MartinS

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    Do Vodafone have the N1 on show in store now in the UK then?
     
  12. dhevans

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    +1 for trying the checkin thing (what does that do in English exactly?), no joy.

    Mine's a direct Google one too.

    In terms of the OTA, I purchased CoPilot (way before navigation appeared). have I got to jump the uninstallation hoops of de-registering before doing the OTA, so that CoPilot keeps working?
     
  13. CodeMonkey

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    Based on my previous experience moving an HTC Magic from 1.5 to 1.6 manually (via update.zip method) you shouldn't need to deregister CoPilot.

    The deregister method is for moving CoPilot between Android devices and can be a real mare; it certainly was for me moving from the Magic to an N1. I believe that their licensing model is based on IMEIs.

    I've been running the *#*#checkin#*#* every few hours today *sigh*

    HTH
     
  14. Rusty

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    I'm an update whore, I've never seen the OTA notification on mine, as soon as I find a link to the update.zip file, I grab it and manually update. Been on all 3 Froyo builds :D
     
  15. t0ph0id

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    I've done the same, but for some reason I'd still like to receive a OTA update from Google.

    Maybe next time...:rolleyes:
     
  16. thehitmen

    thehitmen Active Member
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    Please post here, when you find it!
     
  17. t0ph0id

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    Which build are you currently on?
     
  18. thehitmen

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    EPF30 :(

    Is it possible?
     
  19. Rusty

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    Not yet.
     
  20. t0ph0id

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    Not currently, unless you root.
     
  21. thehitmen

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    Do i have to just wait for the OTA?
     
  22. t0ph0id

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    Yup.

    Unless you want to root your phone. Best not to though really, voids your warranty.
     
  23. ianr

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    As I understand it, the only people getting an OTA update to FRF83 are those who originally got an OTA to FRF50, developers from the look of it. If you want to update manually you can go to FRF50 without rooting, then go to FRF83. I've just updated to FRF83 from FRF72 and have never rooted my phone or received any OTA updates (I'm not registered as a developer).
     
  24. t0ph0id

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    You are correct, unless you have build EPF30.

    There is no manual update from EPF30 to FRF50 unless you root.
     
  25. ianr

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    I've just noticed that FRF83 appears to be recognised by Android Market, apps that had vanished from the market (the copy protected ones) are now back.
     
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