Motorola is offering an Android 2.2 pre-release update to select Motorola Bravo owners
Motorola seems intent on getting Froyo onto the device, which still happens to sit on Android 2.1 Éclair, but at least they’re trying to recruit some guinea pigs for a pre-release software update. Although it’s not guaranteed you’ll be selected as a beta tester for the Android 2.2 pre-release software update, you can still give it a shot by registering through their Forums web site. Approximately 1,000 Motorola Bravo owners will be selected to test drive the hopeful update – so you’d better jump on board before they’re all taken.
In the meantime though, other owners can sit idly and wait until Motorola fine tunes the software update so that the final transition to Froyo will be a smooth one.
source: Motorola Support Forums via Android Central
1. Sniggly posted on 08 Apr 2011, 16:19 0
I like this practice by Motorola. Releasing beta versions of software releases to wide test them like an individual program release would be done.
2. venkat (unregistered) posted on 10 Apr 2011, 13:16 0
FIRST DO SOMETHING FOR DEFY MAN? BEFORE PEOPLE STOP PURCHASING NEW DEFY, BECAUSE OF GINGERBREAD HANDSETS ALREADY CAME.