A Froyo ROM for the Dell Streak, currently in beta, is now available to download via a somewhat lengthy process. Everything is working, and there are a few bugs like the Streak randomly rebooting, or 3G data problems after
We first heard about the Samsung Transform last week, although being only a leak and nothing official we now have that official confirmation we long for, prematurely even. The User Guide for the upcoming Android Device has been
If you own the AT&T locked Galaxy S device known as the Captivate then you can now get the 2.2 Froyo software, unofficially. The persistent people over at xda-developer forums have made build UCJI6 Captivate ready. The best part,
It looks like the T-Mobile G2, that was available for Pre-Order last week, and is shipping soon, will not be supporting tethering at launch. Many of us know that stock Android 2.2 does in fact support tethering right off the bat.
When the Droid X finally got the 2.2 Froyo Upgrade many users rejoiced, it had been long overdue and finally getting it meant they could finally have the latest build of Google’s Android Platform. However, the pure excitement
Flickr announced that you can now upload directly to flickr from your Froyo running Android device, a feature many have been longing for. Until now you have only been able to upload by email which can be troublesome for many.
Joining nearly every other Android device with an update this week is Google’s own flagship device, the Nexus One. No word yet on exactly what this addresses, fixes, blocks or prevents, but we are almost certain this will break
On the official T-Mobile UK forums we got word of the 2.2 Android update coming to the Galaxy S by the end of the month. The update will not be pushed over the air and will be available for download through the Samsung Kies PC
After much waiting, many unconfirmed dates and a last minute rumor, Android 2.2 Froyo is finally available on the Droid X from Verizon Wireless. Bringing many welcome updates such as full flash 10.1, and improved WiFi hotspot