This morning I woke up to see that apparently a ROM of Android 2.2 (FroYo) had been released by the Android community.
After backing up by current ROM, I installed FroYo with great success!
As you can see from the Quadrant benchmarks below, that FroYo brings great performance benefits. I have the 1.2ghz P3 Kernel installed when this screenshot was taken.
So far everything works once you install a kernel that supports WiFi. If you are feeling adventurous, follow the links below.
- Android 2.2 (FroYo) ROM for the Motorola Droid (Pre-Release)
- P3 Overclocked Kernel for Droid with Froyo – Contains WiFi fix
- Adobe Flash 10.1 Beta for FroYo
- Updated: Froyo Baseband/Radio Update
Also be aware that you might need to use Titanium Backup to force apps to install to SD until more applications build in support for this feature.