Inside Android 2.2: We update our Nexus One
Last week saw a large scale over-the-air rollout of Android 2.2 (aka Froyo) to the Google Nexus One. With most Nexus Ones now running the latest version of Android we’ve taken a quick look at what the upgrade has to offer.
In addition to bringing us what we expected: install apps to SD, Wi-Fi tethering, etc - there are a few smaller but equally welcome changes in Froyo. Read on to find out how Android 2.2’s finer features work and what else it has brought to the table.
Image credit [Flickr user nutmeg]
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