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ars Technica: "Google is rolling out Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo, to Nexus One han ars Technica: "Google is rolling out Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo, to Nexus One handsets. The new version of the operating system brings an extremely noticeable performance boost, a handful of impressive new features, some minor user interface enha Source
Froyo, is meant for Google's partners focused on the manufacturing of mobile phones ... to our partners who manufacture Android devices around the world. ... While DROID X by Motorola is set to arrive on the market with Android 2.1 on board, Motorola and Verizon announced that it should taste the new platform version later during summer. Moreover, the Froyo update for the original DROID is said to arrive within a matter of weeks, and there are great chances that it would land before DROID X' upgrade arrives
CyanogenMod is an independent 3rd party effort by a group of volunteers to produce an enhanced Android ROM that mirrors the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) relatively faithfully. This is just my record of how I migrated from a stock rooted installation of Android Froyo FRF85B on my Nexus One to CyanogenMod 6 Alpha 1 which was just released to the wild. http://envb.sapphirewillow.com/writings/2010/07/migrating-from-stock-froyo-frf85b-to-cyanogenmod-6-alpha-1/ CyanogenMod is an independent 3rd party effort by a group of volunteers to produce an enhanced Android ROM that mirrors the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) relatively faithfully. This is just my record of how I migrated from a stock rooted installation of Android Froyo FRF85B on my Nexus One to CyanogenMod 6 Alpha 1 which was just
To further explain why the roll-out of the Android 2.2 operating system, codenamed Froyo, is yet to reach the company's Desire, Legend and Wildfire handsets, Eric Lin, HTC's global PR and online community manager spoke exclusively to Pocket -lint at the Qualcomm Uplinq convention in San Diego, USA - where he also hinted that Gingerbread may not arrive until 2011. "It takes time to port all of our applications over to Froyo and then make sure that it is running well on each of our devices", said Lin. "That’s not like a one week kind of project. We need to make sure that our applications are taking advantage of the Froyo features. To make sure that they’re all running properly on the OS now that it’s a new version. And then to make sure that it's running on our hardware as well as we expect".
The space shuttle Atlantis’ final mission is hitting new heights for fantastic pictures - in part because every flight brings improvements in NASA’s capability to capture imagery, and in part because photographers are taking extra care to document the end of the shuttle era. For us earthbound spectators, it’s the next best thing to being there. For example, in the wake of the 2003 Columbia tragedy, the space agency mounted an array of cameras on the shuttle’s solid-rocket boosters. Those cameras capture images from different perspectives during the ascent from the launch pad - and when the boosters fall back into the sea, the video is retrieved and checked for any signs of damage to the shuttle.
HTC†is having to play cat and mouse once again it seems, following Google's roll out of†Android 2.2: Froyo†for the Nexus One, as it looks to update its latest handsets with the latest build. "We are working hard with our partners to update the HTC Sense experience on Froyo [2.2] and distribute it to our customers as fast as possible. We expect to release updates for several of our 2010 models including†Desire, Legend†and Wildfire†beginning in Q3". Is the official line from the company in a statement to Pocket-lint. The news, while welcomed by most HTC Legend and Desire owners, will also bring with it frustration that yet again they are being forced to wait months to get the most recent version of Android on their phones. HTC Hero owners have had to wait over a year before being bumped from Android 1.5 to Android 2.1, something that is only just rolling out this week
Google's Android mobile operating system got some significant performance improvements in version 2.2, codenamed Froyo. A high-performance JIT was introduced in Android's Dalvik runtime environment and the browser got some very deep optimizations. These enhancements make Android's performance more competitive than ever.