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Nexus One joins Nexus S in getting random SMS bug fix

updated 06:15 pm EST, Sat January 22, 2011

Nexus One gets Android 2.2.2 to fix random texts

Google in lock step with its Nexus S updateZIP) implements the same fix for random text message recipients as on the newer phone while keeping the existing OS version in place. A few other minor bug fixes are in place as well.

Owners can either use the manual update linked above if they're comfortable with manual updates but can alternately wait for Google to push it automatically over the air.

The search firm hasn't said when it will start rolling out the fix to other phones, though most Android devices use customized interfaces and could see any fixes delayed by weeks. Nexus One owners should also eventually via Android and Me]

by MacNN Staff



  1. ggore

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Definition of "weeks"

    I guess Google's statement back in early December that the NexusOne would be getting the Gingerbread update in the "next few weeks" means sometime in "spring" now? To the average human, saying in the next few weeks would usually mean the upcoming 3-4 weeks. But in corporate marketing-speak, it means 14+ weeks, just like saying that a product will be available in "June" means June 30, or "Spring" means June 21 when Spring ends.

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