[citation][nom]Shadow703793[/nom]Win for those Nexus One owners (who haven't rooted). Android FTW![/citation]
not so fast, users with rooted phones have enjoyed the Froyo for a while and with extras that are available only on rooted devices.
I agree though, Android FTW!
[citation][nom]jkeopka[/nom]I am a Nexus One user with AT&T, and apparently this message doesn't apply to AT&T. I did check in (*#*#checkin#*#*) and I still dont have the update available.[/citation]
I also use AT&T on my Nexus One. The official OTA update is out, but it may take several days before every user gets it. There is a direct download(link to zip file, rename to update.zip when transferring to your phone) for the update files if you are comfortable performing the upgrade manually. I did the install with no issues.
The disparity of versions of Android are making it tough for us device owners that are unable to update. I understand why (individual devices need drivers, etc.) but what I don't understand is why is android not like a traditional OS in design? Like where you can update the OS and drivers independently using legacy drivers? Leaving updates in the hands of the device manufacturures seems counter productive.