Android 1.1 SDK Now Available


sdk11I got my RC33 update a few days ago, which is Version 1.1. Most Android owners I’ve talked to have gotten it and if not… they can expect it shortly. While Android applications from the market will work on either version, Developers will need Version 1.1 of the SDK to access new APIs that they can only tap into if they download Android SDK 1.1_r1.

The changes are called “minor, but useful” and you can view the release notes for more information. One addition that multi-national developers will appreciate is the ability to test different localizations of Android – starting with Germany and adding other countries/regions in future SDK releases. This is an important inclusion that might not be talked about much amongst consumers but ultimately, aids in the global completeness of the Android platform.

[Via ADB]

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  1. Any Text To Speech in the new SDK ?

    I know there is TTS on real G1. I NEEEEEDDDD to use it from my application.

  2. You can download and install the TTS from

    That will work in the emulator as long as you set up a virtual SD card.

  3. Any Speech to Text Apis in new SDK(1.1)?

  4. Hi Charles
    I have installed ur TTS .jar and apk.It was working firn and displaying the hello world message but i was unable to hear the voice.Could u help me with this..

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