Nexus One: Android 2.2 Froyo Update – Vodafone Release Date Soon

By Alan Ng - Jul 18, 2010

We have some good news for Nexus One owners in Europe, as it looks as if Vodafone are preparing to release their official update to Android 2.2 Froyo for their customers soon. No confirmations for UK users on Vodafone yet though.

As reported from Phandroid, an update on the official German Vodafone Twitter page revealed that Froyo is on the way soon to their customers. According to the tweet, the update should be rolling out in a few days time.

Sadly, Phandroid also reports of possible delays for the UK update to Android 2.2 Froyo on Vodafone, due to issues involving the Nexus One source code. Apparently, UK users have been complaining on official Voda boards on why the update is taking so long to release.

Once we hear more details on this, we’ll keep you updated.

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  • youngchris1983

    It would’ve been better if people had spent the money out right+bought the Nexus One unlocked. They would’ve received the update quicker that way. Still it could be a lot worse and u could’ve waited as long as t-mobile+orange uk customers with there HTC Hero’s.

  • chris

    i have been fobbed off for three months about my htc legend bluetooth fault. vodafone have told me lies and I am left without hand free calling. android 2.1 has a big bluetooth problem acording to all the forums. htc and vodafone dont want to know. customer service is disgusting

    • chris


  • qwerty

    Vodafone have delayed the release two months and counting by interfering with the code, after many users purchased contracts with Vodafone on the assurance updates would be released immediately without interference from Vodafone.

    Vodafone have since modified all advertising claiming there would not be any interference, and are making it difficult for customers to prove otherwise.

    Furthermore, Vodafone forum moderators only post unhelpful, misleading or conflicting advice which is often edited or removed to cover their tracks as well as deleting genuinely helpful advice from the community.