+Matthew Sholtz i think they had some major problems with nexus s and nexus s 4g. some people i know got the update ota, others not (speaking for the nexus s). the stopped the rollout some time. i dont know why. and i know it is still not ok. but i really hope they are just trying to fix problems....
Some phones you can. Most Samsung phones allow you to change the font, and all you have to do is install an .apk (there are plenty to be found out there) containing the Roboto fonts. I had one installed on my Galaxy S, but I don't need to on my Galaxy Nexus.
+Michael Cooke+Mischa Frank The fact that its some sort of four-headed hydra or a frankenfont makes me like thus font a little more. If you two could find an article comparing it to some sort of ninja zombie then it would be my font for life. :D
+Ddb Lzmdc Ouaejk I've had root on all my devices. I'm not sure of any other way. I read above that there are Apps that can change your fonts, but I don't know if they require root. I've never looked into them.
Roboto is fantastic for english.. But for foreign languages, we need a Unicode version of it. Maybe this is one new feature that google may need to work on especially since Android(and all the nexus devices) is going global!