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Motorola Droid Update to Android 2.2 Froyo Delayed. Since the update to android 2.2 Froyo that awaited by all Droid user, most probably the update will be delayed. Not 12th August as the release date of android 2.2 for Motorola droid.
The rumours are to be belived by customer. The update delayed with no specific reason known yet, but many speculation is that one of the bugs to be fixed.
AAC++ playback support with Pandora is the reason to halted the update to android 2.2. The developer need more effort to fix the bug since many of Froyo users have experienced trouble with.
But actually, no one is really sure if the update was ever halted, but evidence has been push us to believe that the new build FRG22 is indeed replacing the first one pushed — version FRG01B. Hopefully, this news is true to use the latest build version. As we believe has many improvements and fixes.
So, just wait in a few days to get the correct answer. Because 12th August is more 5 days from now, perhaps this is surprise from Motorola Droid developer that will be release the update android 2.2 Froyo in exact date.
Froyo 2.2 is causing quite a stir, especially for some Vodafone customers who have not been able to get their hands on it. IT Pro reported that there had been some confusion. When shoppers who thought they were getting Android 2.2 found out it was just the delayed release of Vodafone’s 360 services the mood turned ugly. But “once customers do get their hands on Froyo they will be able to enjoy a faster browser, better performance and an improved Android Market, which will include a handy bug reporting feature.”
The Product Reviews Blog reported that Vodafone had decided to customize Android phones, which was not to everyone’s taste.
Vodafone defended themselves saying : “We customise phone software to optimise the experience and enable access to our services.” The blog also gives a handy way to install Froyo without the Vodafone customization, though it is to be undertaken at your own risk.
Meanwhile PC Magazine said that Android Froyo 2.2 for the HTC Sprint was a must install upgrade with dramatic speed improvements, except for the flash feature which felt slow and ‘clunky’. It also said that installing the upgrade is easy and gave a few handy instructions.
The blogosphere is abuzz about what Froyo 2.2 will mean for the Android industry. TechRadar.UK reported Vodafone’s desire to ready the Android Froyo 2.2 update for the HTC Desire phone. Although the update was released this weekend just gone, it currently only works for unlocked phones which are not tied to a network.
Gareth Beavis wrote: “Given that the new Android 2.2 update promises a real upgrade in functionality to the HTC Desire smartphone, users are understandably anxious [to get their hands on it] as soon as possible.”
EuroDroid posted a nifty video demonstrating how clear your video recording can be when using the HTC Desire 720p and Froyo.
The Droided Up blog said that a hacked version of the Evo4G can access Froyo: “We’re going Froyo crazy this week. A hacker has gotten hold of an official Froyo with Sense Rom and now it is available for your downloading and flashing pleasures.”
Meanwhile Phones Review said that the Froyo update for HTC Evo 4 is set for August 3. It focused on the good news for Android users including Voice dialling over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi hotspotting, improved speed and Flash 10x support with improved browser performance.
Android 2.2 Froyo is coming to the Verizon Motorola Droid next week, says NewsDen blog.
VoIP and SIP phones for Android seem to be all the rage at the moment with 3CX having recently released their free client.
Now Infrax Systems has also jumped on the boat. The corporation provides unified products and services for the Utility and Energy industries and has now announced the release of an Android-based mobile phone with various data applications. The phone system is encrypted and works on the HTC Desire handset which allows users to safely manage data and voice calls.
It operates via a peer-to-peer connection to provide secure VoIP. The calls can be made on HSDPA (3.5G), Wi-Fi, EDGE (2.5G) and UMTS(3G)networks. There are Industrial, Government and Business phones available, with a Utilities model to be released soon.