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Feeling nostalgic? Grab a Nexus One for $80 from Daily Deals

The Nexus One's not LTE enabled, but it does have an SD card slot. And it will never get Jelly Bean. But if you've got $80 to spend on what many people think was the best built phone ever, you can find one at the source link. Source: Daily Deals
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The Nexus Phone family: Four generations of Android

From the Nexus One to the Nexus Four — and a couple Galaxies in between Back in the winter of 2009, the rumors were flying about Google getting into the phone business. Previously they offered what were called Android Developer Phones (we know them as the G1 and the Magic, both made by HTC for...
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Older phones running custom Android firmware from Moto, HTC, and Samsung have major security issues, say N.C. State researchers

Researchers at N.C. State University have performed a study of eight Android phones (HTC's Legend, EVO 4G, and Wildfire S; Motorola's Droid and Droid X; Samsung's Epic 4G; and the Nexus One and Nexus S from Google) and found more potentially disturbing information.  While the Nexus phones and OG...
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Official Ice Cream Sandwich for the Nexus One won't happen, Google says

Shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, but according to Google's Hugo Barra, as reported by The Telegraph, the Nexus One is just too darn old for an official update to Ice Cream Sandwich. It's a shame, because it's still a great daily driver. But this is that whole "legacy" thing we all have to...
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Nexus One updated to Android 2.3.6 (GRK39F)

Not to be forgotten, the venerable Nexus One got itself a little update overnight. Now at Android 2.3.6, Build GRK39F, the update ... does something -- the update screen just says "important bug fixes and security patches." We'll take their word for it. Of course, there can't be all that many...
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Nexus One Android 2.3.4 update now available from Videotron

 Believe it or not -- there are still a few carriers out there who have yet to push out Android 2.3.4 for the Nexus One. Until today, Videotron in Canada was one of those carriers but they can now be removed off that list as they've now made Android 2.3.4 available for Nexus One owners. If you've...
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Gingerbread finally arrives on Vodafone-branded Nexus Ones

 If you're still rocking an unrooted, Vodafone-branded Nexus One, then you'll be pleased to hear that today sees the release of the official, Voda-approved Gingerbread update for these phones. The carrier has announced that Android 2.3.4 has begun rolling out over-the-air to its Nexus Ones,...
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Bring old unlocked phones to Google IO for the 'Android for Good' program

For those of you who love Google and almost everything they do (see: all of us), you're going to love this next bit.Google is continuing its "Android for Good" program at Google I/O 2011 next week (we'll be there, by the way), meaning if you bring an unlocked device (like the G1, Nexus One, or...
Nexus One Android 2.3.4

Nexus One's Android 2.3.4 update is here; we've got your update instructions

OK, boys and girls. The official Android 2.3.4 update for the Nexus One is pushing out. And with it you get whatever it is that Google's fixed and added. But one thing you won't get is the newfangled video chat (or voice services, for that matter) in Google Talk. Not a huge surprise, as the phone...

HTC posts GRI40 system image for the Nexus One's Gingerbread update

Been looking for the latest Gingerbread system image for the Nexus One? Sure you have. And HTC's just posted it up on its developer site for everyone to have. No, this isn't new -- it's just the official system image for GRI40. And if you have a Nexus One, you likely already have it anyway. But if...

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