To all those interested on any available update to Android, especially to all developers, there are a few updates to the Android SDK. And Xavier Ducrohet, Android SDK Tech Lead at Android Developers wants you to know about these new updates.

As you can see on the image above, there were updates to multiple components of the Android SDK last Thursday: Android 2.0.1 revision 1, Android 1.6 revision 2 and SDK Tools, revision 4. Let’s begin with Android 2.0.1, which is a minor update to the mobile OS (Android 2.0) running on the Motorola DROID. This update includes several bug fixes and behavior changes. If you like to know more about this update, check the Android 2.0.1 release notes.

Next is Android 1.6, revision 2, which includes fixes to the compatibility mode for those apps that don’t support multiple screen sizes. For more on this update, read the release notes on the Android 1.6, revision 2 here. And now, let’s talk about the SDK Tools, revision 4, which is also a minor update, with mostly bug fixes in the SDK Manager. There’s also a new version of the Eclipse plug-in that embeds those fixes. For more info on the details, check the links of the SDK Tools revision 4 and the ADT (Android Development Tools) 0.9.5 release notes.