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So it should flash over my bog standard 2.1-update1 (EPE54B)? If anyone gets it to load on a stock non-rooted 850mhz N1 - PLS report back.
manually flash 50 then this. it will work and you'll be up to speed!
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failed on verifying data... Recovery 1.7.0 on build FRF72
you must have stock recovery to run OTA updates.

You will either have to flash back to stock or else wait for a repacked ROM you can flash with custom recovery.

I don't suppose anyone noticed a new recovery in the FRF083 update.
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Precisely. This isn't the official update. End.
I seem to recall google saying the pre-release froyo builds would still get the final OTA update when they confirmed that FR50 was not the final build. This would be perfectly legit in that case.
 
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So it should flash over my bog standard 2.1-update1 (EPE54B)? If anyone gets it to load on a stock non-rooted 850mhz N1 - PLS report back.
Exactly what many of us are looking for.....
 
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Precisely. This isn't the official update. End.
why would it be done ota then?
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Precisely. This isn't the official update. End.
donut was an incremental update fyi....

they could have made incremental updates for certain builds
 
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why would it be done ota then?
This looks like an incremental update for those already on Froyo....
 
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does this help??

D/dalvikvm(* 555): GC_EXPLICIT freed 6245 objects / 303088 bytes in 55ms
I/CheckinTask(* 211): Checkin success: https://android.clients.google.com/checkin (1 requests sent)
D/dalvikvm(* 211): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 4126 objects / 417032 bytes in 46ms
I/CheckinService(* 211): From server: Intent { act=android.server.checkin.FOTA_CANCEL }
D/alogcat ( 1251): stopping ...
D/alogcat ( 1251): resumed
I/ActivityManager(** 86): Displayed activity org.jtb.alogcat/.LogActivity: 471 ms (total 471 ms)
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 2091 objects / 177048 bytes in 59ms
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 2153 objects / 230952 bytes in 35ms
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 1897 objects / 462080 bytes in 32ms
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 2579 objects / 239976 bytes in 34ms
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 2903 objects / 454168 bytes in 36ms
D/dalvikvm( 1251): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 2728 objects / 499432 bytes in 34ms
D/MobileDataStateTracker(** 86): hipri Received state= CONNECTED, old= CONNECTED, reason= (unspecified), apnTypeList= default,supl,mms
D/MobileDataStateTracker(** 86): replacing old mInterfaceName (rmnet0) with rmnet0 for supl
D/MobileDataStateTracker(** 86): replacing old mInterfaceName (rmnet0) with rmnet0 for mms
D/MobileDataStateTracker(** 86): default Received state= CONNECTED, old= CONNECTED, reason= (unspecified), apnTypeList= default,supl,mms
D/NetworkLocationProvider(** 86): onDataConnectionStateChanged 3
D/dalvikvm(* 818): GC_EXPLICIT freed 88 objects / 8016 bytes in 112ms
D/dalvikvm(* 636): GC_EXPLICIT freed 49 objects / 2232 bytes in 81ms
V/Telephony( 1182): getOrCreateThreadId uri: content://mms-sms/threadID?recipient=%2B18172052287
D/dalvikvm(* 185): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 5642 objects / 439096 bytes in 80ms
V/Telephony( 1182): getOrCreateThreadId cursor cnt: 1
W/KeyCharacterMap( 1251): No keyboard for id 65540
W/KeyCharacterMap( 1251): Using default keymap: /system/usr/keychars/qwerty.kcm.bin
D/Mms:app ( 1182): getSmsNewMessageNotificationInfo: count=1, first addr=+18172052287, thread_id=1
I/AudioService(** 86):* AudioFocus* requestAudioFocus() from android.media.AudioManager@44c46a48
W/AudioFlinger(** 66): write blocked for 175 msecs, 3 delayed writes, thread 0xd7a8
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why would it be done ota then?
Amen to that.
 
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This must be some sort of incremental update. Wouldn't a real froyo release be for pre FRF50 builds?
it is definitely an incremental. It would be nice to get a link to the Eclair updates - those should be full ROMs.

In the Incremental - no radio - so it looks like the FRF50 radio firmware is final.
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