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Discussion in 'Android News' started by danDroid, May 15, 2010.
Test builds are out. The source hasn't even been released.
I'm curious if Motorola gets the SDK before it is released. If they don't it is going to be another 3 months from when the SDK is release
I've no doubt they have received either that, or a test build directly from Google.
However, history has shown us that the source will be released when its ready, and its obviously not ready yet, hence neither are any of the test builds ready for primetime.
Please note, the SDK and source code are mutually exclusive
IMO, what Verizon will do (and probably should do) with the Wifi Tethering functionality is to make it an official feature, tied to the $30/mo tethering plan that they have for other phones. And then all the people tethering using PDANet/etc., should be hit with usage charges (going forward, that is).
Yes, that will probably result in tethering being limited to 5GB a month, but it should also keep the 3G network strong, and you'd be able to tether legitimately, without violating your contract.
I'm not going to pay more to use my data plan. If Verizon doesn't want people to use wifi tethering don't give us Android 2.2.
You need to read around more cause there are threads that basically disprove your entire post
Well, what MIGHT happen is in the version of 2.2 Verizon issues they leave out wireless tethering. But don't kill the whole update. Believe it or not some of us could care less about wireless tethering.
+1 I have no use for wifi tethering
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Really doesn't matter to be honest. Those that are stock will get Froyo sooner rather than later due to the fact that the Droid runs vanilla Android. Those that have rooted Droids will get it sooner just like they did with ERE27 and ESE53 builds of Eclair prior to the official OTA. In any case other than the Nexus getting it first the Droid won't be far behind. The others out there though, those with Sense UI, MotoBlur and whatever other factory skinning will be more or less at the mercy of the manufacturer and carrier. Anyway, looking forward to the start of Google I/O to get more details!
SDK is out
Link? I don't see it anywhere.
Yes, please. Link it, don't just say it. :icon_eek: