Google Rolling Out Android 2.2 FroYo Update to Nexus One
Though Google this week announced that Android 2.2, codenamed FroYo, would be available to Nexus One owners in the next few weeks, it seems the update has already started trickling out to select devices. All of the promised features are in tact, including wireless tethering to create a Wi-Fi hotspot with the Nexus One, a slightly updated homescreen and the ability to save applications to an external memory card. Adobe's Flash 10.1 Beta is also available to Android 2.2 users as a download from the Google App Market. Though we can confirm the update firsthand, Google has still made no official mention of its availability, or offered a timetable for its rollout to more Nexus One users, or users of other Android devices.
from Phone Scoop
Google Pushes Second Beta of Android 7.1.2
Google has released a second beta update for Android 7.1.2. Build NPG47I is rolling out to the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus Player devices, as long as those devices are enrolled in the public beta program.
Nexus Camera App Update Tweaks Design
Google is pushing an updated version of its camera application to Nexus handsets. The new Google Camera app makes changes to the user interface to improve usability.
Nexus Phones Earn Spam Blocker from Google
Google today said it is updating the Google Phone app on Nexus and Android One devices with a new spam-blocking tool. With the new app aboard, Nexus devices will warn owners about potential spam callers, as well as give them the ability to block or report suspected spam callers.
Google Begins Marshmallow Push for Nexus Phones Today
Google today said it has begun distributing Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 smartphones, as well as the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 tablets, and the Nexus Player. The update, which will be pushed out in waves, is available as an over-the-air download.
Google Provides More Details About Android 7.1 for Non-Pixel Phones
Google today talked about several new features headed to Nougat within Android 7.1. While the recently-announced Pixel handsets will ship with their own version of Android 7.1 (including Google Assistant), this iterative update will eventually be made available to Nexus and other phones.
As far as I can tell...
Good for them.
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I will say that it does have a noticeable speed increase, and so forth. But this is not a fully stable OTA, IMHO. I think we are still a week or two from the real deal. As it stands, what I have is great, but there are enough bugs that it is clear it isn't mass market ready.
teather with nai ON probably...