This is a discussion on DIY Android 2.2 Install Guide within the Nexus One & Google Phone News forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by okcgreg I hope the AT&T version comes out soon! Originally Posted by b00sted415 Link is dead? here's two different links: RapidShare: 1-CLICK ...
Since i updated to 2.2 beta, (Im calling it beta cause there are some features not present, like the SD Card to Internal for the apps) will I be able to get the official version when it comes out?
BTW on AT&T to be able to download PDANet, you'll have to turn on Airplane Mode, then connect to a wireless router with wifi then search for "pda" then you can find it and download it.
My N1 can't obtain an IP address from my router. I have better luck with the WiFi at work but it is also drops connection from time to time and refuses to connect until I perform a power off and power on.
How do you revert to V2.1?
i have a mac, but am currently using a pc. i want to download froyo for my nexus, but when i connect my phone and tell it to mount on the phone, nothing shows up on the pc. i went to the My Computer folder and it had an option that said Mobile Device but it's empty. what should i do?
When I followed what 'okcgreg' said, I could find it for the first time - slick. So, this strengthens the theory that at least one application on the Android Marketplace is being filtered out, depending on the carrier. One of my previous links should have referenced a Google representative commenting that they could "enhance experiences" by filtering out app's per provider. It can be done, and it appears it is.
Tying both conversations together...this whole update situation has me that much more concerned. First, the app got removed...but then restored...but for only one carrier. And AT&T isn't down with unauthorized tethering - there's a reason they always want to know the make/model of your phone, and there's a reason they always try to tie it to the IMEI, so they're charging you every red cent that they can. And rightfully so in some ways, they're only trying to support one very large part of the backbone of the (wireless) information highway... In any fashion, we'll know something's up when the update is released for all the other T-Mobile customers who waited and there's STILL no update for AT&T customers.
Knowing all this...I'd still be a little shocked to see the AT&T Froyo update missing the tethering. That's a bigger compromise than censoring an app.