As you may already know, Google has rolled out the update to Android 2.2 Froyo earlier than expected, adding some great new features for Nexus One users. We have a useful article for you to read now, which lists some of the minor features present in Froyo.
Aside from the main features such as Flash 10.1 support and tethering and wireless hotspot capabilities, Google has also updated the software in other key areas which you’ll probably be interested in.
Starting with the camera on the Nexus One, Froyo will now make it much more easier to navigate through the various options and menus – giving you a much smoother interface when opting to take a quick picture.
For those of you who are more security minded, you’ll be pleased to know that Google has added the ability to input pin codes into your device, rather than the old option of locking your device with a pattern.
Further updates have been made to Gmail, Calendar, Voice Recognition Settings and the Car Dock interface. You can read about all of them through the link below.
Have you noticed a cool feature on 2.2 Froyo that we should know about?
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