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However, it seems Verizon also got slightly too excited when updating their software upgrade table.While they listed Tango (MCR3) as the update in the PDF, the table below tells a different story, Apollo is apparently on its way. As one can see in the above image, it clearly states "Apolio" in the last column. Before anyone spins this as rumour that Verizon is somehow ready to push out Apollo (even though it's not an upgrade for current and first generation Windows Phones), we thought we'd kill this in the bag right now and state that this is not the case. Good news for those who are eagerly awaiting Tango from Verizon. Had my Hero (T-mobile branded G2...) since release day, but in the last week or so I've had a few issues. Sometimes mail comes through instantly, sometimes it doesn't update for a day or more (if I open the Gmail app and "Refresh" it pulls the new mails down).
In a reddit thread on the subject, Morrill states, essentially, that clearing the framework data is going to break stuff.
Specifically, any apps relying on GCM functionality (Google Cloud Messenger) for things like push updates may freak out, stop sending notifications, or engage in other odd / less than useful behavior.
Specifically, he says the following about clearing the Google Service Framework: Doing this changes the primary ID by which Google knows your device.
As far as the servers are concerned, the device was basically factory reset.
There are many downstream effects of this, but a big one is that this invalidates the tokens used by any app that uses GCM (which is nearly all the Google apps, and a ton of third-party apps.) How apps react to GCM IDs changing varies by app.