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Android SDK 1.1 release 1 now available

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by on February 9, 2009 4:47 pm
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Dan Morrill at the Android Developers Blog has announced that the 1.1 firmware release of the Android SDK is now available.  The new 1.1 firmware, which is seen in T-Mobile’s RC33 update, is compatible with all existing devices, but also includes new API functionality for future applications. The SDK comes…

The guys at NullWire have put together a nice and neat way to get the Cupcake branch of Android running on your personal copy of the Android Emulator.  But before you can do that, you need to download and install the Android SDK. [Step 1] Download the SDK from here…

Jeffrey Sharkey was bored.  Jeffrey Sharkey is also a developer that needed a change of scenery.  As such, he decided to peel the skin off of T-Mobile’s flash based G1 emulator and apply it to the Android smartphone emulator that comes as part of the SDK. The result?  An updated…

Yesterday Dan Morrill over at the Android Developer Blog announced the availability of the first release of the Android 1.0 SDK.  This means that any applications developed using the new SDK’s APIs should remain usable on Android phones for quite some time with no fear of SDK feature creep breaking…

It seems that Google has posted a timeline that outlines past and future milestones for the Android smartphone operating system.  There is nothing too earth shattering in the document, but they do mention that a pre-release of the 1.0 SDK will be available next month (September) with the real SDK…