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The Froyo that is out now, is NOT the final build...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Talderon, May 25, 2010.

  1. Talderon

    Talderon Android Expert
    Thread Starter


    when will be available the Nexus One update to Android 2.2 Froyo? Will be the OTA? Thanks - Android Help

    Uhhhh... Maybe some last minute fixed based on the comments and requests from the current "final" release? LOL!

    Either way, looks like we're getting an update soon anyway! :D

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  2. ragingyeti

    ragingyeti Well-Known Member

    Whats better than a FroYo update? Two FroYo updates!
  3. jmcgee_jr

    jmcgee_jr Newbie

    Maybe this will have the trackball colors and the new music player etc.
  4. ap3604

    ap3604 Android Enthusiast

    Thank you Talderon :)

    I really appreciate you posting this. I was worried that since I manually updated to 2.2 with the unofficial version that I wouldn't get the official one when it came out. I figured the phone would check if it's on 2.2 and if it was then it wouldn't update again to the official version so I was worried :(
  5. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Extreme Android User

    yeah this was released yesterday.... time will tell, we all knew it wasnt the real deal. but im happy to have it :)
  6. inspiron41

    inspiron41 Well-Known Member

    and even more tastier froyo soon to come O_O!!

    i wonder what're the big differences
  7. Talderon

    Talderon Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Well, remember, everyone who is stock (or on stock recovery) with the "official" Froyo 2.2 update (FRF50) that was released last weekend will still get update OTA. Since the update should (and from the sounds of it WILL) check to make sure you are on 2.1update1 (ERE27) or 2.2 (FRF50) and allow you to update since it seems the real official Froyo 2.2 will be higher than FRF50. :D

    So there will probably be 2 update files that will be available via OTA.

    ERE27 to (official build number)
    FRF50 to (official build number)

    Let's hope they come out sometime soon... Honestly though, since I am on 2.2 (even though it is not final) I am MORE than happy with it and will wait for it to get pushed. :D
  8. BreatheElectro

    BreatheElectro Well-Known Member

    Just like I thought! Woot!

    Hey at least we get to play around with 2.2 now.

  9. damchi

    damchi Newbie

    His response doesn't really state what the thread title says, especially this part.

    "If" - meaning it could be a newer version or it could be the same (=final) version.

    Why is everyone so obsessed with Froyo?

    P.S.: Using Modaco's prerooted Froyo and <3 it :D
  10. Air Force One

    Air Force One Android Enthusiast

    Hell, I guess we're lucky the Verizon and Sprint Nexus Ones got cancelled or god only knows how many more builds we would be waiting for, or how many versions of Froyo would already be floating around besides the one.
  11. Teknologic

    Teknologic Android Expert

    Hahaha, Froyo was gonna end the fragmentation on the android platform and it's already fragmented itself before its release :D:D
  12. BreatheElectro

    BreatheElectro Well-Known Member

    Lol!! Froyo is just the start of the end of the fragmentation Issue. 2.3 gingerbread should hopefully end that. Anyways I just love being a test pig for Google :)
  13. Hegemony

    Hegemony Android Enthusiast

    Google is so sneaky. They knew full well we'd snap up that build and tell them about every little bug. Why else leave a signed update file on a publicly accessible server? I'm really enjoying this current Froyo build though. I'm happy to run it until the final OTA provided it isn't too long. Though if they unlocked the market I'd wait much longer ;)

    But who am I kidding? As soon as another signed build shows up on Google's servers, I'll probably manually install that one too.
  14. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Extreme Android User

    LMAO, love this quote
  15. BreatheElectro

    BreatheElectro Well-Known Member

    Watch Google officially release froyo the day Apple announces the iPhone 4g lol
  16. strictly86

    strictly86 Member

    You do have trackball colours in the current version of Froyo, Twidroid notifications give me a blue trackball...no root etc needed

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