Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 24th Aug 2010 14:36 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Upgrading all those countless Android devices to version 2.2, or Froyo, hasn't exactly been an easy task for many device makers and carriers. Between flat-out denying devices from Froyoness and already having Froyo updates sent out, Motorola has pretty much lost it. Where companies are incompetent, the geeks that roam the 'net seek to provide solace. What do you do, then, as a company? Why, you threaten your loyal customers with legal action, of course.
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igalmarino
Member since:
2006-08-29

I need the UMTS 850 Nexus One and its not sell any more ;)

Edited 2010-08-24 17:32 UTC

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jabbotts Member since:
2007-09-06

boo!.. hadn't realized they'd changed the hardware version. That does suck. Why is that specific model required?

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bhtooefr Member since:
2009-02-19

AT&T.

(Or, if he's in Canada, Rogers, IIRC.)

If you don't get T-Mobile service in your area, and you get the UMTS 1700/2100 version of the Nexus One, you don't get 3G at all.

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igalmarino Member since:
2006-08-29

850 is the frequency used for 3G in Costa Rica

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