The Google Software-Development-Kit (SDK) has just been updated to the latest version 2.0.1 and the knock on effect of this includes the roll out of Android 2.0.1 to Android 2.0 phones. As you will probably know, the Motorola Droid is the only Android 2.0 phone at the moment. The update does not bring anything massive in terms of new functionality or jazzy features, however, it does fix a few minor bugs and some other Droid specific issues that Google were aware of. For example, the Droid’s camera autofocus is improved along with voice reception. The roll out should happen pretty soon so we’ll keep you posted.
Google announce Android SDK update including OTA 2.0.1 updates
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