Posts Tagged: "android 2.2"

HTC EVO on Sprint

HTCO EVO 4G Getting Android 2.2 Update August 3rd


In our never-ending quest to tell you just when a certain handset is getting the Android 2.2 update, we’ve got news that Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G will get a little taste of ‘Froyo’ come August 3rd. That’s when the OTA update will start being pushed out automatically to phones, but...

Motorola DROID X

Droid Family To Get Android 2.2 In August?


It looks like the Droid family might be getting a “Froyo” treat next week, as rumors are heating up that an Android 2.2 OTA (over the air) update is scheduled for the Droid, Droid X, and Droid Incredible. Someone claiming to be a Verizon employee says the updates will trickle...


Android 2.2 Now Out On The Nexus One


Welp, it’s official. Android 2.2, codenamed ‘Froyo’, is finally hitting smartphones starting with the Nexus One. Android 2.2’s official arrival was last week, if you recall, which let carriers then decide when they were going to unleash the update. If you own a Nexus One, just make sure the thing...


Android 2.2 Hits Droid X In August, Droid In July


While Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ was officially launched on Wednesday, and the Droid X is arriving July 15th, we’re still going to have to wait a little bit to get the update on Droid devices. A ‘very reliable source’ at the Droid Forums says that Android 2.2 is hitting ‘late August’...


Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ Is Finally Here


It looks like we were a little premature in our Droid X debut, saying that Android 2.2 would hit sometime in the middle of the summer. No, Froyo is out today in a nice little surprise from Google. It’s totally open-source, of course, and offers a wealth of new improvements...


Android 2.2 To Feature Tethering Support, Mobile Hotspot Feature


TechCrunch has broken news that Android 2.2, codenamed “Froyo,” will feature tethering to laptops to share its internet connection. On that same end, you can set up a mobile hotspot so that others can share your connection. Android 2.2 also features full flash support, though how well mobile devices will...