Nexus One users should know the drill by now. Another incremental Froyo build has started rolling out over the air, this time it's build number is FRF83. Is this the fabled "final" version of Froyo for the N1? I have no idea yet, and I don't think anyone else does, either. (FWIW: It's doubtful, as the Froyo code was just released today, and, well, see Phil's other reasons here.) If you're feeling adventurous, download the OTA from Google HERE, make sure you're running the FRF50 update with the stock recovery, and follow the simple instructions Phil has worked up for us all HERE. Holler out in the comments with success and failures. [xda-developers]
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