Updated Google Nexus One – work on Google Nexus got an update to its operating system. Google released Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread (Build: GRK39F) for it. You can install it to read this post.
In past it was first flagship Google Android smartphone rolled out in 2010, and now updated. Its design is timeless (some HTC phones carry related design), but internal hardware doesn’t: The narrow internal memory, a low battery life have not, at all, accepted the time checking. It’s special because smartphone arrival that perform great. But some people still using the Nexus One as phone. But now they will glad because Google still pumping OS updates. Android 2.3.6 GRK39F is releasing in an OTA update. Now you have the option to wait and you have the option to install using below steps.
Step# 1: Download Android 2.3.6 Gingebread (GRK39F). [Direct Download]
Step# 2: Rename the file to update.zip.
Step# 3: Connect your Nexus One to your computer and transfer update.zip to the root of your phone’s microSD card, it should not be inside any folder.
Step# 4: Turn off your Nexus One.
Step# 5: Keep the Volume Down button pressed and turn on the phone. Scroll down to recovery and press the power/lock button.
Step# 6: You should now see a triangle with an exclamation mark. Press Power + Volume Down button.
Step# 7: A menu will appear. Select sdcard:update.zip. The screen will say install from sdcard complete.
Step# 8: You must now select reboot system now.
After these steps your Nexus One will boot into Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread (GRK39F). To check go to setting> About phone and see under Android version and Build no. You will see Android 2.3.6 under Android version and GRK39F under Build no.
via – redmondpie