802.11n on Nexus One Coming Soon
Soon, more likely in one of the next Cyanogen releases, you will be able to use wireless networks on the 802.11n standard, which is faster and has a better range than the other wifi standards, with the Nexus One. This is also faster than any other standard supported by other Android devices (a/b and g). This is good news after today’s bad news with the announcement from Google that they will not be able to fix the 3G issues experienced by some users.
Here is a short video made by Keyan Mobli, an Android developer from Texas to prove that he made it possible:
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