A couple of weeks after launch, and DROID 2 gets OS upgrade OTA

A couple of weeks after launch, and DROID 2 gets OS upgrade OTA
It has been nearly two weeks since the Motorola DROID 2 was launched and Verizon has seen fit to grace owners of the phone with its first OS upgrade. This is a minor upgrade that will be sent out OTA and ironically, doesn't address the problem DROID 2 owners have been complaining about. The sequel to one of Verizon's most popular handsets ever, has had problems staying locked in to a 3G signal in some circumstances.

The new OS build will improve the set up of Visual Voicemail, improve syncing capabilities with Corporate Exchange groups, make sure that the picture that comes up when reviewing contacts is accurate, and enables the device to scroll during text and picture messaging. Certainly not a long laundry list of fixes, and Verizon has not commented on when owners of the phone can expect an upgrade to repair the signal problem.

Motorola DROID 2 Specifications | Review

source: Verizon




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