According to some Nexus One owners, an OTA upgrade was sent out to some owners of the device on Saturday. Because the size of the upgrade was only 1.8MB, this would be an incremental, small addition or bug-fix for the Android 2.2 upgrade that was sent out a couple of weeks ago. A picture of a N-One that received the download shows a build number of FRF72. Those Nexus One models that received the pre-release version of Froyo showed a build number of FRF50 after the OTA download was completed. While the guys at XDA-developers were unsure if the picture was bonafide, a Google employee sent out a Tweet saying that he received a Android 2.2 update yesterday. The original tip came to AndroidGuys who say that their concern is that no one else has come forward to claim that they have received the FRF72 update. That leads them to conclude that the whole thing is either a hoax or that the update is not being sent OTA and is an internal QA build not being widely disseminated. We should hear more about this soon.
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