Another week, another Google update for the Nexus One, both for users already running Froyo and unrooted Eclair on both AT&T and T-Mobile!

I’ve installed the update from FRF83 (500K) on my own Nexus One, and installation was smooth, as always.

It is unknown what the update brings and whether it will be the last one before we see the final official Eclair>Froyo update.


You can download the update here if you didn't get the OTA yet:

  • T-Mobile Nexus One: FRF83 > FRF85B (500KB)
  • AT&T Nexus One: EPE54B > FRF85B (46.5MB) - this will update your stock unrooted Eclair 2.1 AT&T Nexus One to Froyo! (Oops, Artem mistakenly labeled this as FRF50 > FRF85B at first)

You can also follow the thread on the subject over at the XDA developers forum.

Installation instructions can be found here.

Thanks to @clickwir for sending us this link via Twitter


    Here is the download link for stock AT&T Nexus One owners: http://android.clients.google.com/packages/passion/signed-passion-FRF85B-from-EPE54B.75b107d6.zip

    (EPE54B to FRF85B)

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Yeah, it was already there - I just mislabeled it as FRF50 > FRF85B. My bad!

      Here's what I am trying to understand, considering I don't have an N1. Is the EPE54B an update for both N1 on AT&T and T-Mo or just AT&T or just T-Mo?

      • MRCUR

        The EPE54B to FRF85B is ONLY for stock AT&T N1s. The build shipping on AT&T N1s is EPE54B, T-Mo is ERE27.

        • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

          Thanks, I think I figured it all out now - check the updated post please - does that sound all proper now?

        • MRCUR

          Yep! It's a little misleading to say the FRF83 to FRF85B update is only for T-Mo since it'll work on any N1, but I get what you're trying to say.

  • Maneesh

    I have a stock AT&T N1. If I do the manual update will I still have all the apps and information / settings moved over or I have to start from scratch?

    • MRCUR

      Nope, it'll just update and leave everything in place.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Hrm, will this work for any N1 out there?

      • http://www.siriusapplications.com/ Isaac Waller

        Whoa, where did you find this link? I just downloaded it and it indeed seems to be a completely full version of the FRF85B, with no dependencies whatsoever, except for a requirement of boot loader version 0.33.2012 or 0.33.0012. My non-holiday (non-Googler phone) AT&T N1 is bootloader version 0.33.0012, so it does seem to be intended for consumer devices. Once again, where did you obtain this link?

      • MRCUR

        Yes indeed! That is the FULL download of Froyo, not just a patch version as all the other downloads have been.

  • Arpit

    What about the Nexus One owner outside USA, who are not AT&T and TMobile. Wont they never get an update.

    I have NexusOne since Feb 2010 and am in India on Airtel network.

    Will we people never get an OTA for 2.2

  • Leonid

    This post lacks both "froyo" and "nexus one" tags.

  • http://www.anyto.com kavan

    good news, thank you!

  • lolobabes

    stock N1 manually updated to FRF50 when it came out but didnt update on FRF72 – when I woke up today I got the OTA update for FRF85B (1.9MB), am in the Philippines… ty Google

  • Jared Hatfield

    The upgrade worked on my AT&T Nexus one, no problems.

  • Jewkhok

    As much as I love Google and and android the folks at at&t can give me a blumkin!!!

  • Marcelo

    Can somebody post the update? Google have deleted/moved the file and I cannot find that.