"Youâ€™ll also have to apply the leaked OTA radio antenna update â€“ which some may find to be too risky. However, for the fearless Iâ€™ve outlined the steps below.
"The update to Froyo gives the phone a number of goodies â€“ new applications, Wireless-N (without a custom kernel), 720p video recording, and a much faster operating system. However, to get everything to work you need to apply a leaked OTA firmware and antenna update. There is some concern that when the official OTA update is released it will be a newer version than the leaked one, and the two wonâ€™t play nicely together. Some figure there is a 50/50 chance that applying the leak, and then applying the final OTA update will brick your phone â€“ making it completely useless.
"Itâ€™s not hopeless â€“ there are steps to undo the leaked OTA firmware and antenna update â€“ but itâ€™s a complicated process. These things are definitely not for the inexperienced or timid."
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