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TechCrunch: Exclusive: Google To Add Tethering, Wifi Hotspot To Android 2.2 Froyo


Thursday 13th of May 2010 / android.net
Exclusive: Google To Add Tethering, Wifi Hotspot To Android 2.2 FroyoWAHOOOO!!!! wifi tether now im excited... was never excited for flash. i really wanna see the improvements they put in on performance and interface... but wifi tether? wow thats icing on the cake (or icing on the froyo rather).
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Android 2.1 Most Used Among Android Devices


Tuesday 18th of May 2010 / everythingandroid.org
Interesting news out regarding the percentage of users running various versions of Android. With all the recent updates to Android 2.1, that version has clearly become the dominating OS with 37.25 of devices. A surprising 34.1% are on 1.5 and 28.0% are are running Donut 1.6. How will this all shake out when Android 2.2 Froyo gets rolled out. I guess that will depend on how carriers feel about new features like the ability to create a WiFi mobile hotspot.What version of Android are you running?via EngadgetRelated posts:Android 2.2 Froyo To Add WiFi HotspotGoogle Offers Solution to Android FragmentationMost 2010 HTC Android Devices Will Get Froyo This YearVerizon Roadmap Leaked, Plenty More Android Devices On The Way
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Google I/O Keynote Streams Live Today at Noon


Wednesday 19th of May 2010 / everythingandroid.org
Big day Android fans. Google’s I/O conference kicks off with the keynote today at high noon. That’s 9:00 am PST and 12:00 PST. Set your clocks and join us as we watch it all unfold. You don’t have to be in San Francisco, simply visit http://www.youtube.com/GoogleDevelopers and watch it happen.The big news of course will be the announcement of Google Android 2.2 and all it’s tasty Froyo goodness. WiFi hotspot support, Flash 10.1 and more.What are your hopes, dreams for Google I/O? Let us know in the comments, but do it before 12:00 EST.Related posts:Watch the Google I/O Day 1 KeynoteGoogle Voice and Sprint Integration LiveDon’t Forget, Google I/O Official App Live in MarketAndroid 2.2 Froyo To Add WiFi Hotspot
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HTC EVO 4G Running Hacked Android 2.2 Froyo


Monday 31st of May 2010 / everythingandroid.org
The HTC EVO 4G is a spec monster and you’ll likely find a number of power users who prefer stock Android over the Sense UI. Not to mention, the many advantages of Android 2.2, the most notable being the Mobile Hotspot feature. Days before the official release, there is already a hacked version of Android 2.2 seen running on the HTC EVO 4G.If you plan on getting the HTC EVO 4G on June 4th and love you some stock Android, we suspect this hacked port of Android 2.2 will just get better and better.via EngadgetRelated posts:Skype USA Hacked To Run Over 3GNexus One running Android 2.2 Froyo 450% FasterAdobe Says Flash 10.1 for Android Coming in June, Froyo to follow?Android 2.2 Froyo To Add WiFi Hotspot
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TechCrunch: Exclusive: Google To Add Tethering, Wifi Hotspot To Android 2.2 Froyo - Page 2


Friday 14th of May 2010 / android.net
Originally Posted by dimmakherbs Originally Posted by Vandam500 Originally Posted by dimmakherbsI hope this doesn't screw up my ability to teather on my rooted phone, now that its available to everyone?Why would it?carriers disbling it somehow or charging for high usage or removing unlimited data usage for teir data usage....Well the most that can happen is that they remove it from the market. As long as we have the program installed or apk's, there really isn't nothing they can do.
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Android 2.2 Froyo To Add WiFi Hotspot


Thursday 13th of May 2010 / everythingandroid.org
Now that everyone is slowly making their way to Android 2.1, there is big news on the horizon with Google’s Android 2.2, but isn’t that always the case. Today we get news via Tech Crunch that Android 2.2 will include the ability to use your device as a mobile WiFi hotspot. The very same feature that Sprint is charging $29.99 with the HTC EVO 4G. In defense of Sprint, that’s for a 4G connection. How will this feature affect wireless carriers and their adoption of Android 2.2. Will carriers like Sprint push back or deliver some bastardized version of Android 2.2?Froyo is expected next week at Google’s I/O conference and you can bet that the Nexus One will be the first to receive the update. With speed increases of 450% and the ability to use the Nexus One as a WiFi hotspot, expectations are high for this release.Related posts:Android 2.2 Froyo Update Hitting Nexus One Phones?Android 2.1 Most Used Among Android DevicesManually Update Non-Rooted T-Mobile Nexus One To FroyoFroyo for 3, PLEASE
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