According to Android Central, the Android 2.2 update for the Droid has continued today with the same build that was being distributed the first time around. There were rumors that the update was originally halted because Verizon and Motorola were going to send out a new version instead, but that doesn't seem to be the case just yet.
Engadget is also reporting the launch of the Android 2.2 update, writing that "judging by the deluge of tips that just hit our inbox, it looks like Verizon just pulled the trigger and released the Android 2.2 Froyo over-the-air update for its venerable Droid handset."
There was a rumored version of Android 2.2, FRG22, that some believed may succeed the FRG01B build currently being distributed, but we still don't have any word on what it might contain, if it is even real.
Have a Droid, but don't have Android 2.2 yet? Heed Android Central's advice and wait for your phone to receive the message that the update is ready. "Or frantically force your phone to check for updates. Or install it manually. Your call."
Check out AndroidandMe's manual update method that I posted earlier if you are done waiting to get the update OTA.
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