May 25th, 2010 publishUpdated   Jun 24th, 2010, 10:52 am

I couldn’t imagine that it was far off after seeing Froyo be installed on other unsupported devices already, but now the Motorola Droid has gottten its taste of early Android 2.2 action. Droid-Life reports that a forum member over at My Droid World has gotten the newest version of Android – 2.2 – running on their Motorola Droid.


It wasn’t apparent if this came to be from the update file that was leaked a few days ago or if the SDK image was adapted for the phone, but they haven’t treated us to any more details regarding this (nor can we be sure that it’s actually running on the Motorola Droid. For starters, we can at least confirm that the screenshot has a WXGA+ resolution 480×854, “possibly” ruling out the suspicion of this being a Nexus One).

According to Droid-Life, this appears to be nothing more than a quick test as they have no plans of releasing a ROM. Looks like Droid users will just be waiting a little while longer for official word on the update.

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