Following the recent release of the Android 2.0 operating system in conjunction with the Motorola Droid, Google has now published the Android 2.0 source code via the Android Open Source Project. Codenamed "Éclair," Android 2.0 features support for multiple Gmail accounts, Exchange and Bluetooth 2.1 as well as an improved browser, keyboard, camera and media playback. Hackers have already ported Android 2.0 to the original Android device, the G1.
For more on the Android 2.0 source code:
- read this MobileCrunch article
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