So, you got a Nexus One? No? Then you lose man! Accordingly, and on time, Google has released the source code for Android 2.2 FroYo, making it available to the public and manufacturers like HTC and Motorola. Afterwards, all these companies have to do is format and program the source code to the devices they are publishing the update to, then work with the device’s carrier to push it out. By the end of this summer, all major Android phones will be in FroYo heaven.
And accordingly, once again the Nexus One has gotten its final FroYo build update first via OTA (over-the-air), as build FRF83. Users can also manually update their Sexy Nexy with the official update from Google’s servers, but need to have the FRF50 build first.