“Whaddya Mean My Frozen Yogurt isn’t Official?”
That’s what Ry Guy and ben1010 from Google are saying anyways. According to these Google employees, the 2.2 build of Android that Nexus One owners are sporting right now isn’t the official release from the search giant.
An article over at Slash Gear references information provided by the two Google employees on the Nexus One support forums, reporting that the build that Nexus One owners are manually upgrading to is not the official release. Though it was from Google, it was a test pre-release. The article does not state whether the official OTA release will be any different than the test build that’s floating around, but the Google employees do recommend waiting for the official release. On the other hand, they also say that those who manually update are not voiding their warranty and that they will still get the official release when it rolls out.
The OTA update of Froyo is supposed to drop in a few weeks, so it will be interesting to see if there is any difference in the build that is out now, and the one that rolls out via carriers in the future.
Thanks to John Burda for the tip!
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