We knew that Android Dev Phone would be good for something! Android 1.5 aka Cupcake is now available for your download pleasure if you happen to own one of those quirky little Dev Phones. The instructions to update to Android 1.5 are listed on HTC's website which can be accessed: HERE.
In related news, Developers can get the Android 1.5 SDK, release 1 to build their applications. Developers had an 'early look' at the SDK a few weeks back but can now access 1.5 in all its Cupcake goodness.
This is starting to look like a great week for Android. Maybe 2009 will be our year after all!
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