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Android 'Donut' upgrade looks excellent

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Jul 2009 14:26

Android 'Donut' upgrade looks excellent Google has released an early alpha version of the upcoming Android update 2.0, dubbed Donut, and XDA-developers are currently working on making it available to all Android phone users.
Among the new updates, according to MobileCrunch are:

* Support for CDMA phones
* Text-to-speech
* Loads of new widgets, including one that allows for WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS/Email toggling and Brightness adjustment right from the homescreen.
* Official support for multitouch (This was previously available through hackery - we’re not sure yet if this will be in the final build)
* “Search integrated into everything”
* WPA Enterprise WiFi encryption support
* VPN support
* Automated backups
* “Tons of performance [tweaks]“


The updates look excellent so far, and we will update when the full beta or release is out in the wild.

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