Verizon Wireless tends to be rather notorious, along with nearly every other cell phone manufacturer and carrier, for
delaying taking its sweet time with OS updates. Android 2.1 has been rumored to be coming to the Droid Eris for quite some time now, then some said it was not going to be coming, then we see a release date, and ... yeah, you get the point.
Today was supposed to be the day of the magic for you Droid Eris owners, and it appears Verizon has kept its word, and the rollout has started. This update is scheduled over the course of two weeks, so keep checking your device for updates, and hit up the forums to see who's got it, and what's in the update. And for those that missed the change log, be sure to check it out after the jump. Thanks to everyone who sent this in!
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