by George Heymann

Official Nexus One Froyo OTA FRF85B now available!

This topic has been consolidated into a single post, click here for the latest information. Just received the official Nexus One Froyo 2.2 OTA (FRF85B) update. For those of you still waiting here is the latest on the OTA update from the official Google Blog. It upgrades the baseband to Kernal Version android-build@apa26#1. The official update installed without any problem over the previous unofficial builds I had installed before. Will updated this post with any changes from previous builds if any as they are discovered. Update(s) after the break.

* There has been a Google server link posted that allows you to manually update from FRF83 to FRF85B. The official OTA updated me from FRF72 to FRF85B. The manual link that has been posted will reportedly only update if you have build FRF83 installed. Proceed at your own discretion, We are not responsible for any damage that may occur from you attempting to flash your phone. Download links and install instruction for previous builds here FRF50, FRF72, and FRF83.


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4 Responses

  1. Gin says:

    Any Update on EPF30 ?
    I hope Google will learn what most company have done wrong. You can’t treat costumers differently and the europeans have paid more to get the same phone!

    If they plan to released for everyone soon then they should fire their PR for such lake of comunication. You tell the people a date and thats it!

    Thanks & Cheers

  2. gheymann says:

    I did a little checking around the web, although I couldn’t find a firm release date for the Froyo update for the EPF30 build. There was a thread that might be worth Monitoring for you on the XDA developer board @

    And another on the Cyanogen mod site @

    Hope that helps, thanks for paying us a visit

    Cheers 🙂

  3. Mike says:

    I’ve been wondering if I’ll get the official update (FRF85B) OTA since I’m running the FRF72 version and I hope this article is true.

  4. gheymann says:

    Hi Mike,

    You should, that’s exactly what happened to me. I had manually installed Froyo Build, FR50 and FRF72. Then I received FRF85B OTA which I thought was the final build. To my surprise I received an additional OTA update to build FRF91 that was supposed to be a security update to OTA FRF85B.

    GL and thanks for stopping by.


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