Google has just started to deliver regularly Android 2.2.2 OTA (over-the-air) update for Google Nexus One devices. The recent update has been exposed to public with its official name as Android 2.2.2 Build FRG83G. Yet there is no news about the complete official change log; however, it is confirmed that this Android 2.2.2 update will kill all those nasty bugs that were formerly creating SMS bug issue by delivering text messages to wrong addresses. The update is a light software package of only 550 KB in size. If you didn’t receive any OTA update notification yet, here is a complete step-by-step tutorial that will lead you to run Android 2.2.2 Build FRG83G on your Google Nexus One device manually without any nip of difficulty.
Tutorial: How to Run Android 2.2.2 Build FRG83G on Nexus One
You have to download the Official Android 2.2.2 update file through Google’s server. Here is the direct link to do so.
Now Copy this downloaded file to the root of the SD Card and rename the file as “update.zip“. If you are a Nexus One user, then there is no need to rename the file.
Then switch OFF your Nexus One and hold down the “Volume Down” Button. Then turn the device ON again.
Wait for a while, your device begins to skate Androids screen. Then, scroll down to recovery and click the “Power” button.
When the “/!” symbol display, press the “Power” button and the “Volume Up” button simultaneously. A menu will prompt in front of your eyes with “apply sdcard:update.zip” option.
Browse to “apply sdcard:update.zip” with trackball and select it.
As you see “Install from sdcard complete”, finally select “reboot system now”.
DONE! Now you surely have Android 2.2.2 Build FRG83G firmware update on your Nexus One.
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