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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TF1984, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Yep that's right.

    All the ranting and raving for months about Froyo this, froyo that, when's it coming out. Now look, 20+ threads "do you regret... Froyo?"

    NOPE! Why, because I didn't expect a world-changing event to happen today.

    Froyo's great, what do YOU think?

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  2. RickJ

    RickJ Android Enthusiast

    Slick as snot, as my pappy used to say
  3. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    These ppl are "more confused than cattle on artificial turf" -Lizard Lickers
  4. Flash77

    Flash77 Member

    It's much improved. The Chrome to Phone and Flash 10.1 are nice!!!! My Wi-Fi signal is much stronger than when I was on 2.1. Browser is faster as well. No complaints here.
  5. hsh.shawn

    hsh.shawn Well-Known Member

    Thank you for this thread i have been so confused since updating i have seen nothing but improvements all around since going to froyo. BETTER battery life, increased speed in browser and just smoother scrolling in general on ui. I could go on and on but froyo is def a nice upgrade for me anyways. I don't understand what all the fuss is about i will be staying away from viewing this forum for a few weeks let the crying stop
  6. spar10

    spar10 Member

    my overall impressions of froyo are... what was the big deal? other than a few setting changes i don't notice a single thing that's different. there was a lot of hype and i was hopeful it would be significantly faster and better.

    i can't see any noticeable difference in my phone now with 2.2 on it vs. yesterday when it was a boring old 2.1 phone.

    still love my evo but don't see what the big deal was/is.
  7. t1jordan

    t1jordan Android Enthusiast

    I am happy with the performance from Froyo. No complaints. The change wasn't that major anyway. Just a few minor tweaks that was needed to clean up the OS a bit.
  8. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    IMHO I think the best way to view Froyo is a refinement.
    If we're being honest, 2.1 was pretty darn close to as good as it gets. So what has Google done, they have stepped back, looked and their OS and the competition and have decided to make refinements. It's like polishing a fine pair of shoes and we can count on more refinements to come as time passes by.

    For those who think an OS upgrade is going to change their world, I feel sorry. Let't reflect: iOS, Blackberry, Winmo; all of these have also been in constant update since their inception. Being an avid user of each in the past I can tell you, the major upgrades for each of these OS is the same, all software upgrades are similar.

    You're not building an all new, game changing OS, your refining all the hard work, money, research and feedback that you've already worked for.

    I think everyone should take a deep breath. And I, similar to a previous poster may take a week or two off the forums to allow all these gripers to clear the thread queue. It gives me a headache to log on and see a million threads, Froyo this, froyo that, froyo doesn't ... Blah!!!
  9. stylez09

    stylez09 Newbie

    Love it so far, battery also has improved for me
  10. fanman01

    fanman01 Lurker

    I think Android 2.2 is great. I like all the minor tweaks such as being able to rotate the phone any direction. It does seem like everyone expected something totally new and groundbreaking.
  11. I for one love this new update. A lot of cool features like many have already mentioned, flash support, chrome to phone, camera mods, smooth scrolling,..etc.

    One thing I haven't been able to do is the screen-rotating feature. Any suggestions ?
  12. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    HA! LOVE THAT SIGNATURE... "I want the one with the bigger GeeBees" !!****in halarious!!
  13. italianwjt

    italianwjt Well-Known Member

    I was wondering what all the fuss was about. The way people were acting it was the second coming of Jesus.
  14. heh.. Thanks. :D
  15. berardi1111

    berardi1111 Well-Known Member

    Ohhhh but Gingerbread, now THAT will change the world ;-)

    PS I'm like you, this site gives me a headache. I read XDA instead it's a bit more tame and level headed.
  16. t1jordan

    t1jordan Android Enthusiast

    What the hell is "Chrome to phone". Sorry guys I'm not that geeky.
  17. ninatikky

    ninatikky Lurker

  18. t1jordan

    t1jordan Android Enthusiast

    Thanks big homie I knew you had me.

    Geek for life! West Side!
  19. t1jordan

    t1jordan Android Enthusiast

  20. fredsmith

    fredsmith Member

    I'm digging it. Crome to Phone is amazing, too. I'm totally happy with the upgrade.
  21. sabertwist

    sabertwist Member

    Thanks for this thread. Before entering this forum, I had no idea what Froyo was. Everyone was talking about how much better the EVO would be if it had Froyo and yadda yadda yadda. And BAMM...when we finally get it, I see nothing but complaints..........well anyway. I'm upgrading as of right now....so I will have to see for myself.
  22. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Don't come back and start griping, I will hunt you down! :mad::D:eek:
  23. Brian360

    Brian360 Android Enthusiast

  24. gameday26

    gameday26 Member

    just a little heads up, to get them instantly you have to have background data enabled. just tested with it disabled and im still waiting (~30 mins) so the dependency might just be that background data is enabled.

    this might be trivial for more experienced users, but for those of us that toggle it on and off for sake of battery, this is some good info :D

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