LG Ally Receiving Android 2.2 in February

December 24, 2010

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Good news for all you LG Ally users, A moderator on the LG Forum has given a certified response that confirms we will be seeing Android 2.2 Froyo on the Ally in February.

The official statement reads:

"A Froyo OS upgrade, will be available to all LG Ally users in February, 2011."

Now the main question this arises is whether or not the device will run Adobe Flash Player 10.1. With a 600MHz processor, the LG Ally may come up too short to meet the hardware requirements for Adobe's Flash. Current requirements for a WVGA device require it to be sporting at least a 800MHz processor. Unless things change come February, Ally users may be left out of one of the biggest upgrades in the Froyo update.

Hopefully this will not be the case, and we see an optimized version of Flash for the Ally next year.

[Via Phone Arena]

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  • James

    Uh… don’t you mean “Android 2.2 Coming to LG Ally in February” instead of “LG Ally Coming to Android 2.2 in February”?

  • Jeff

    I dont’ really care about flash, I just care about the speed and stability of the OS on the phone. This phone was my first experience with the Android OS, and right now, I would not buy another Android phone. I’ve been in the middle of navigation too many times where the phone just crashed. I’ve had many occasions where the phone would ring but the screen would not recognize my swipes, and in some cases would not even turn on. But the worst part of the LG Ally is that it’s so sluggish. That’s my biggest problem with Android, the experience varies depending on how much money you have to spend on a phone. My next phone will be either iOS or Windows 7.

  • kaufkin

    Jeff: try running a home screen replacement. ADW Launcher or Launcher pro. also, check how much memory you have available. Froyo will help address both issues most likely. keep the faith. 🙂

  • rogpwr

    If the Motorola Droid(Droid 1)can run flash then so should the Ally