Motorola DROID PRO update changelist now available

Motorola DROID PRO update changelist now available
The other day we informed you that Motorola was seeking owners of the Motorola DROID PRO for a soak test. These volunteers are willing to load an unproven update on their phone to test how stable it is and to catch any major issues before the software is downloaded on everyone's phone. You're not allowed to talk about it while the soak test in in progress, so the only value it might have to you is that you get to use a new update before most of the world.

The update for BlackBerry-esque Motorola DROID PRO is "coming soon" according to Big Red, but we already have the changelist thanks to Big Red And no, the Android 4.0 update is definitely not on it. Come on guys, April 1st is still a bit more than two weeks away.

The changes that the update for the Motorola DROID PRO will bring include an improved security patch, a Wireless Alerting System, after an OTA update the DROID PRO will no longer lockup or reset, the device will no longer power on after it is powered off (that is, unless you want to turn on the phone), pressing the spacebar will no longer lock up the phone and the keyboard backlighting has been improved. Email messages forwarded using Smart Forwarding will no longer remain in the Outbox and there will be a couple of updates to Verizon software. V CAST Apps is now updated to version 2.00.54 and VZ Navigator is updated to version For the complete changelist, visit the sourcelink

source: Verizon via AndroidCentral

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  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware TI OMAP3620, 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 1GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1420 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3.3


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