One of the biggest problems with linking to anything on the web is when the address of that file changes. Sadly, this happened recently with a file that was used by Dreamweaver CS5.5 to install the Android SDK via the Easy Install button on the Configure Application Framework dialog (Site > Mobile Applications > Configure Application Framework).
The Dreamweaver team has released instructions which you can find here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/904/cpsid_90408.html
Basically, you’ll need to replace the NativeAppCommon.js file located at [Dreamweaver Install Location]/Configuration/NativeAppFramework/. The entire process takes less than a minute to complete.
If you have already installed the Android Framework, you don’t “have” to do this, however you might want to go ahead and grab the updated file just in case you ever want to reinstall the framework with Dreamweaver’s Easy Install.