This is a discussion on Andriod 2.2 Froyo Available Today within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by thargic update - one change I found. All those apps that I couldn't find in the Market (I think due to the ...
that is right... I manually updated to FRF72 a few days ago. Tonight I received, in the notification bar, a notice says .... "an update is available" and the choice to do it now or later. I did not check for updates, it just showed up.
Easy download..very quick...
Isn't it just easier to manually update it? That's what I did. Works absolutely perfect! :]
Thanks thargic, I really didn't want to do a factory reset and the process back to 2.1. Most other forums are now reporting the same thing, FRF72 to FRF83 from the OTA update.
Does anyone know how long it took between the release of the source and the official OTA update for everyone in the past?
I have the EPE54B from AT&T I live in Kuwait and connected to a WiFi connection now I have many times done a force check and no results for the OTA , can someone tell me why?
My theory on why is that FRF50 was easier to update to 83 than going from 72 to 83. Who knows why, maybe they issues to work out on that. Anyway, 50 and 72 are both 2.2 builds, so they'll probably be the quickest and easiest to get to the final of 83, hence they'd be first. "Newer" 2.1 builds would be up next, followed by the oldest 2.1 builds. Just seems logical that you do what's easiest and latest first. Again, just my theory.
i have model number ERE27, are those also 2.2 builds and will they be in priority when the air-update releases?