Android Team announces revisions to SDKs

The Google Android team release updates to various versions of the Android SDK. Find out what's new here.

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We learned on Thursday that Verizon's Motorola Droid will be getting an update to Android 2.0.1 to address camera and voice reception issues. Today brings news that all 2.0 devices will be updated to this version before the year is out.

As of right now, the only other known 2.0 handset is the Milestone, also from Motorola. This update also deals with additional bug fixes and framework behavioral changes. For a look at the complete release notes, you can read them at the Android Developers blog.

The Android 1.6 SDK also gets a slight update as well. Revision 2 mainly relates to the compatibility mode for apps that don't support multiple screen sizes beyond the HVGA (320x480-pixel resolution) screens commonly found in most of today's handsets.

For those of you on Twitter, you can now follow the official Android Developers blog at @AndroidDev.

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