What a glorious day. After months and months of waiting, T-Mobile is beginning to push out Android 1.5 aka Cupcake to G1 users in the US and UK. After seeing Cupcake made available to Android Dev Phone users we knew that it'd only be time for it to reach us regular G1 folk. No longer will we have to scour youtube for Cupcake demo videos or drool over photos--we'll all be getting our own Cupcake very, very soon!
Our own G1 hasn't gotten to taste the goodness of Cupcake yet but we're hoping yours is a different story. Let us know if you got the Cupcake update in the comments or in this forum thread!
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