T-Mobile Testing Android 2.1 Update for Motorola CLIQ
T-Mobile confirmed to Phone Scoop via email that it is currently testing the Android 2.1 update for the Motorola CLIQ. A T-Mobile spokesperson said, "Motorola and T-Mobile are currently conducting a user trial for a CLIQ upgrade to Android 2.1 and are gathering feedback. We expect full deployment to begin shortly after this testing period." Meanwhile, Motorola has posted instructions on its web site on how to perform a manual update to Android 2.1.
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I doubt my Motorola Droid will get Gingerbread.