Don’t get all excited – your Droid isn’t yet going to get the Android 2.1 leap to catch it up to the Nexus One – but minor updates are better than no updates at… right? If you’re a facebook user than the answer is probably yes.
The only thing this phantom OTA update seems to actually do is enable Facebook users to update the application from Android Market. Previously users were experiencing data corruption issues when they attempted to bring Facebook up to date but after receiving this OTA – which did not change the version number – they were able to update Facebook without a problem.
On to the next one, on-on to the next one. (2.1)
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