Motorola DROID X2 and Motorola DROID 3 in midst of soak test
Motorola had first announced in March that they were looking for soak test participants with the Motorola DROID X2 and after nearly two months of silence, some of those with the phone are seeing firmware version 1.3.418 installed on their unit. A Verizon customer over at AndroidForums.com said that he just received a replacement unit for his DROID X2 that came with the new firmware already installed. While that would seem to indicate that the soak test has ended and that the manufacturer is now distributing the new software version to all DROID X2 users, because the update is listed as "Coming Soon" on Big Red's website, we feel confident in saying that only those who signed up for the Soak Test are currently receiving the OTA update.
The update will pre-load on the DROID X2 Verizon Video and VZ Navigator 3D City, add a Google security patch to raise the security level, allow users to save and set purchased ringtones, support the Wireless Alerting System, allow users to update and save shortcut names and the keyboard input Auto Error Correction is now set on off as the default setting. There is no word on what changes Motorola DROID 3 owners can expect with the update. We don't expect Android 4.0 to be included in the update for either phone.
source: Verizon via Phandroid
1. Muhannad posted on 04 May 2012, 14:27 0 0
Not sure who's fault that they're not getting ICS, Verizon or Motorola.
2. KingKurogiii posted on 04 May 2012, 14:44 0 0
oh is this putting 2.3.5 on these? i hope not because 2.3.4 was tons better. either give them ICS or keep them on 2.3.4.
4. c.hack posted on 06 May 2012, 03:12 0 0
I had 2 DX's - both were turned into junk by the initial release of GB. Then VZW sent me a DX2 - the pentile screen is so pixelated it looks like garbage. The phone is so unstable it won't even run a day with a reboot or lockup. The GPS is constantly searching the mid-Atlantic. Its no wonder Moto doesn't want to spend the time to update this POS.