Nexus One receives a minor update with 2.2.2 build. Do not look for any drastic changes as the build number goes from FRG83D to FRG83G. As you can tell they are virtually the same. The good news is SMS will be fixed on this update. Enjoy the update and report an other findings and fixes from this newly released version.
Today Google started pushing out an update for the Nexus One that brings the firmware up to 2.2.2. The file is only about 550 KB big and the build number goes from FRG83D to FRG83G, so all signs point to this being a minor update. I haven’t seen the release notes yet, but the update is said to fix the SMS bug that has received a lot of attention lately.
You can wait for the update to hit your phone over-the-air, or you can download it from Google and manually install it now.
To manually install Android 2.2.2 on the Nexus One, perform the following steps:
-Download the update file from Google’s server: FRG83G-from-FRG83D
-Copy the file to the root directory (aka not inside any folder) of your microSD card and name it update.zip Tip: Be careful not to name it -update.zip.zip
-Power off your phone.
-Hold down the VOLUME DOWN button and power it back on.
-Wait for your phone to load the skating Androids screen. Scroll down to recovery and press the POWER button.
-When you see the “/!” symbol, press the POWER button and the VOLUME UP button at the same time. You should be presented with a -menu and one of the options should be “apply sdcard:update.zip”.
-Use the trackball to navigate to “apply sdcard:update.zip” and select it.
-When you see “Install from sdcard complete”, select “reboot system now”.
The whole process takes about five minutes and I did not encounter any issues when I flashed it on my phone. If you run into any problems, just leave a comment and we will try to help out.
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