Next Motorola project is for the Motorola XOOM
receiving some security updates with one anonymous source passing on to us the news that his model has been updated from Android 2.2.2 to Android 2.2.3. A firmware update is the likely result of all of this clandestine activity as Motorola usually sends out similar letters following a "soak test" used by the manufacturer to see how a limited number of a specific device responds to an update.
When the dust settles, will we see Ice Cream Sandwich for the Motorola DROID BIONIC and the Motorola XOOM? And besides closing the security gaps on the OG DROID, is there any chance that we might see Gingerbread on the handset that started Androidmania?
source: AndroidCentral, DroidLife
1. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Nov 2011, 00:12 0 0
you know what? i bet it\'s the bootloader unlocking solution.
3. beatsandmelody posted on 28 Nov 2011, 00:46 0 0
What "bootloader unlocking situation" are you referring to?
You think they're trying to find a way to lock down the OG's bootloader like they did to every other Android phone they've released since then? If so, that would suck. It would also be ironic because it would simply prevent people from being able to easily update their phone to the latest version of Gingerbread that's available (like I have, 2.3.7), which would fix the inherent security bugs in Froyo to begin with...
5. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Nov 2011, 04:14 0 0
well i meant Motorola unlocking the bootloader but i assumed the bootloader was locked on the original Droid.
2. whiteninjazx6r posted on 28 Nov 2011, 00:16 0 0
oooo i hope ur right...especially if its for the RAZR too...
7. hfd1113 posted on 28 Nov 2011, 08:32 0 0
I received my OG update two days ago. I own the Droid Razr now but I have my old standby. Although it has no phone capability, it still receives mail through Google mail and my att mail account.