If any of you out there have a Nexus One, you will find the Android 2.2.1 update ready to install this morning. Apparently it addresses some bug fixes. With Android 3.0 just around the corner I can't really see why they rolled this one out. Perhaps it was for other phones\developers who won't see 3.0 for some time yet.
Apparently it breaks the 1-click Androot method of rooting your handset, so I'll have to go and have a look at it :(
Yup, Univeral Androot is dead. Looks like I shall have to do it the long way!!
I got this at the end of last week. Only thing I noticed was that the apps I had moved to the SD card had disappeared - just had to re-install them from the market. All personal data was still there though :)
Also, be careful if you've used a gold card to remove operator branding and update your HTC phone (like I did on my T-Mobile Desire) as it bricks your WiFi. Apparently the fix is to either manually apply the update via USB, or wait for the next fix HTC are releasing to fix the WiFi
Actually, don't think that's anything to do with 2.2.1, it seems to be a HTC specific update. Sorry!
I miss Titainium backup :(
And I'd moved a lot of apps to the SD card.