It's been a week since Motorola MILESTONE users got the official Android 2.1 upgrade and now they can get the latest version of the Android OS Over-The-Air. So, no computers or wires needed.
As you already know, the update brings along support for live wallpapers and 9 homescreen panels, some new apps (including Motorola's own camera application, Facebook app and Quickoffice), as well as the so called Motorola Car Home interface for in-car usage of the device. Last but not least comes the improved overall performance of the Milestone.
However, the big news today was brought to us by some of our readers who assured us that they downloaded the Android 2.1 update Over-The-Air. The update only takes a couple of minutes and a restart of the phone and you are good to go. While it will probably take a while before it is available in all countries, OTA will certainly make things much easier.
If you prefer to manually download and install the update using your computer, or if the OTA update still isn't available in your place, follow the link to get the file you need.
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