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General Did the Inc. ever get 802.11n?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by briman4031, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. briman4031

    briman4031 Member
    Thread Starter

    It was rumored to be hitting with Froyo, but I can't find an update on this online. Any idea?


  2. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)

    Yes, the Incredible has it.
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  3. briman4031

    briman4031 Member
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for the response. Another ?, did the Inc. get Apps2SD w/ Froyo?
  4. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    yes "n" and apps2sd both work on incredibles with froyo.
  5. Myronbg

    Myronbg Member

    I believe you, but where is this info located (on the phone)?
  6. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    it's not stated "on the phone" directly, but go into manage apps and you'll see most apps allow moving them to the sd card, and you can connect to "n" only routers.
  7. Rdjr74

    Rdjr74 Android Enthusiast

    And not all apps can be moved to sdcard. Depends on the developer of the app whether or not they permitted it.
  8. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    most widget apps also won't let you move the app to the sd card, fyi.
  9. rdlm

    rdlm Newbie

    While it supports "802.11n", if I recall correctly, it does not suport 5 Ghz.
  10. jayjay1122

    jayjay1122 Android Expert

    You are correct!!!
  11. Old Member

    Old Member Android Expert

    I pull 12-15 mbps DL and 3-5 UL from my phone hooked up to my wireless N at home.
  12. briman4031

    briman4031 Member
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for the updates folks. I'm considering moving to the Inc. on a 1 yr. contract because I can get it for free with my Eris trade-in $. I don't want to sign a 2 yr. on what's currently out, and there's no 4G in my area until later this year. Plus I don't tether or dl large files so 4G is not a huge draw for me yet. I see the Inc. as still being a viable option for the next year, no questions.

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