LG Ally, your Froyo is about to be served
According to the leaked document, among the features on the upgrade will be an improved security system including remote wipe and device lock. Long press the physical home key to switch back and forth among the last eight applications you've used. And verbal Bluetooth instructions are displayed and repeated to make sure that they are accurate.
Getting Android 2.2 is pretty much a sure thing for LG Ally owners. The bigger question is whether or not Adobe Flash can be shoehorned onto the device.
Verizon is telling LG Ally owners that their handset will get better with Android 2.2, but will the upgrade allow for Adobe Flash support?
1. Moet007 (unregistered) posted on 19 Jan 2011, 10:14 0 0
Quietly one of the best Android phones on the market...if you're not looking for all the glitz and glamour the X, Incredible, EVO, and Galaxy S offers this is a good device to have for entry level smartphone owners.
2. focold (unregistered) posted on 19 Jan 2011, 11:40 0 0
The Ally Sucks!
4. hornetmx posted on 19 Jan 2011, 20:24 0 0
it IS known that the Ally will NOT support adobe flash. You can call vzw cust service to confirm. That leaked doc didn't have all the details. Just in case you were hoping....
5. salmos73 (unregistered) posted on 23 Jan 2011, 22:20 0 0
I just received the update the other day - and still don't have Adobe Flash. I love the phone and the shape, but with the lacking adobe flash I doubt I would recommend it. There's a lot you miss without that. I'm not sure the upgrade to 2.2 is worth all the hype without the Flash. Maybe they'll add it or someone will know how to add it. Waiting for some posts on that.
6. tundra (unregistered) posted on 24 Jan 2011, 04:18 0 0
Just received the update yesterday. I loved my Ally 'til this last update ... home key doesn't work at all, I have to backspace through everything to get to the home screen ... deleted all my bookmarks & locked saved messages ... surfin the web isn't any different ... extra apps I don't use & will never use, therefore taking up space on the phone ... all keys wake the phone up, all I had to do was touch the power key or open the slider, I don't like that any key wakes the phone up, phone wakes up in my purse or coat pocket now... no Flash which sucks, I miss a lot not having Flash ... out of all the updates I had received since getting the Ally 10/2010, this one was the worst, totally screwed up my phone. My son has an Ally & it crashed twice since he got his. The only things I'm thankful for at the moment are the fact that my contacts weren't deleted & my SD card wasn't erased.
7. NERO (unregistered) posted on 26 Jan 2011, 01:10 0 0
All my contacts were deleted! All i have left is my fb contacts! Add to that that some of my apps arent working properly and that makes for one horrible update. This had better beresolved soon...