Motorola DROID X firmware update now being rolled out

Motorola DROID X firmware update now being rolled out
A few days ago we informed you that Verizon planed on rolling out a firmware update for their just released Motorola DROID X MB810 smartphone. Late last night the firmware version 1.13.604 started to be pushed out via OTA, with more phones added each day. The Verizon site lists the updates in the firmware, but there is a more complete and detailed list courtesy of Droid-Life with symptoms resolved for the battery meter, USB mass storage mode, Visual Voice Mail download, camera & camcorder showing a blank screen, weather widget showing a star instead of the sun, Exchange accounts not updating, app drawer is now in alphabetical order, sharing video over Bluetooth, date & time out of sync, GPS icon in status bar getting stuck, 3G Mobile Hotspot connection with iPod & iPad, and voice mail duration. There's no mention anywhere that the new firmware fixes the occasional Wi-Fi connection problem that some have experienced, nor does it fix the issues with the screen flickering (as that is a hardware issue). Let us know if your DROID X gets the .604 update and what you think about it in Comments section below.

Motorola DROID X MB810 Review | Specifications

source: Verizon Wireless and Droid-Life


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