We've got some good news for the owners of T-Mobile's G1 and myTouch 3G. Their very own Android 1.6 Donut update is being distributed to them as we speak. It provides quite a lot of new features and software enhancements as well as the usual portion of bugfixes.
Android 1.6 should improve almost every aspect of the handsets' performance. For starters, the Android market is now slightly reorganized and it should be easier for the users to find the applications they are looking for.
A quick search box with an intuitive self-learning search algorithm is also added. Another nice update is the battery usage indicator, which now gives information for the power consumption of each individual process.
The camera has also been affected by the changes. Its start-up time has decreased by 39%, while the shot-to-shot time got quicker by 28%. There is also greater integration between the camera and the gallery. Additionally, the gallery enables users to select multiple photos for deletion.
The final new feature is the Virtual Private Network (VPN) control panel in Settings that allows users to easily configure and connect to a VPN.
The most major bugfix solves the issue of the phone restarting after dialing 911. You can find more details about the new release by following the link to the Android developers' site.
i got the update and downloaded it BUT since then my password doesnt work for Market,Background data activation or my Gmail account.i cant access any of them and its refused to allow me thru other Gmail mobile accounts.HELP.....i dont want to factory...
Look under settings to change the duration of your video recordings.
The one thing I don't like is that the video cam does not have endless rec time now just 1 min long :(