Froyo on Nexus One: Google “Striving Hard to OTA it ASAP”
Google announced Android 2.2 “Froyo” about three weeks ago and ever since then, Nexus One owners have been begging for the delicious update. Assuming there are still some of you out there who haven’t gone and installed it manually, the over-the-air update is coming you way. But how soon? And what’s the deal with the delay? Google employee “passion-ate” tells us today.
Apologies for keeping everybody waiting. We are not intentionally holding back on Froyo, just improving the overall experience and quality.I don’t have an exact date to share yet, but we are striving hard to OTA it ASAP. Stay tuned! | source
As soon as possible. Not the clearest of answers, but it’s still nice to hear from the ivory tower. Weigh in with your guesses below as to when you think we’ll really see it.
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