Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by GAMESHARQ, Apr 9, 2011.
Is 2.2 expected to fix the problem of dropped internet connections?
If the problems are due to Android 2.1 then surely Android 2.2 would fix those. However, if it is a hardware defect or 3G Data network issue then no. Here is info from Virgin Mobile USA Discussion board.
Here are some benefits you can get with the upgrade to Froyo:
-The most important benefit of FroYo is the speed improvement. This can vary per device but overall the device gets noticeably faster and systems become more stable.
-Various improvements to device UI, such as new 3D gallery, camera interface, calendar, etc,
-Cloud to Device messaging that allows users to send apps, web pages, directions and other objects directly to your phone.
-You can now install selected applications onto an SD card to save precious internal memory space
-Latest Google Applications, including a new Android Market with new look and feel.
-Some apps can be updated automatically
-Phone lock by PIN and password added
-Remove wipe and lock support
These features will not be implemented in the M910 FroYo upgrade:
-Adobe Flash support
-Portable WiFi hotspot support
-Car mode application
No Live wallpapers? Damn! I could've sworn this was supposed to be included.
I hope it fixes the poor response of the virtual buttons
I thought that too, but those live wallpapers appear to be a huge battery drainer.
Seems to be fixed. Heavy usage since mondays update and the buttons have worked perfectly - so far
Yep my buttons work great so far too
As far as internet connectivity issues, i've had it dropped twice, which is less than usual, since the update. I just put it in flight mode then back in reg mode and in seconds it works again.