Multitouch Now Enabled on The Nexus One

3 Feb 2010  6 Comments


Google just released an update enabling a feature we all know that the device is capable of. Multitouch is now available for Google native apps (browser, gallery and maps).

How to update your Nexus One:

  1. You can download the the update from here.
  2. Rename the zip file to and copy it to the root of your Nexus One SD card (F:\ and not anywhere else.
  3. Reboot into bootloader by powering off the device and back on while holding in the trackball. (using Volume up and down keys to navigate and pressing the the power button to select)
  4. Select “Recovery” from the short menu. (navigate using the above method).
  5. When the Android with a caution logo pops up, hold down the power button + volume up button.
  6. Select ‘apply SD Card :’
  7. After the update is finished, select reboot from the menu.

With this update it looks like I’m going to change my review slightly (should have it up this week).

The whole process took less than 5 minutes (including the download). and you wont loss any data or programs you already have on your device.

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  • Ali

    Im ex-iphone user .. current blackberry user
    and considering nexus one as my next mobile
    I will be waiting for your review..


  • Zidaneoo

    Is the update only to enable the multitouch?

    • N

      that and the 3g issue that the Nexus One had, a new version of maps and Google Goggles built in.

      • liiilj9l

        o yswa kbtn N wela no …..??

      • N

        etha 3indik el jihaz, akeed yiswa leash la, you can use “pinch-to-zoom” bil gallery 3ala el aqal


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