The guys over at Engadget has recently posted about the HTC Hero update coming out in Mid March. Seems like a pretty solid piece of news given that HTC’s Benelux team was the one putting the word out. Read more…
The Android’s Eclair update is taking a little longer than I thought it would, and it’s with good reason too. Google is the power house to contend with and endowed with a brain factory seemingly big enough to keep pushing updates after updates.
Just as we have heard about Eclair, Flan came about and stole the thunder from Eclair and whets our collective appetite. Developers are all working double time to keep up and I personally believe this is why there are such limited apps for Android at the moment.
Unlike Apple, Google does not push their updates in a unified manner, and we get fragmentation of the Android OS happening. We have the Motorola Droid released on Android 2.0 and now it’s updated to 2.0.1 as you read. The Hero is left in it’s shadows, trembling miserably in the corner. It is my wish when I wake up in the morning that I will get to read news of the 2.0 update coming to Hero but till then, I can only envy the other users.
P.S: Does anyone know how to solve the driver error when installing the Dream ADB interface? I am unable to take screenshots and I have a slew of reviews just pending screenshots.
Something might just be brewing. Google has updated their official Android webpage to introduce Eclair 2.0 to the mainstream. Ideally we should start seeing HTC tweet about 2.0 being ready with HTC Hero in the month of December. Please play Santa Google, and give us our Eclair 2.0 now!
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