Motorola DROID X is potentially getting an update to bring it to Android 2.2.1?

Motorola DROID X is potentially getting an update to bring it to Android 2.2.1?
Motorola DROID X owners have been living it since the Android 2.2 update was pushed out and gave handset owners something to be proud about – even more when Flash 10.1 support is in tow. However, it just might look like that yet another update might be in the pipelines for this still fledgling Android powered handset.

From the looks of it, an alleged taken image of the handset reveals that there is a possibility that an update might be coming that'll bring it up to Android 2.2.1. By no means is it official, this new revelation would most likely bring forth some of the usual bug fixes and possibly the addition of Verizon's V Cast app store. Regardless whether or not it's in fact real, owners wouldn't mind being pushed up to the latest version of the platform either way.

source: My Droid World via Android Central

Android 2.2.1 update is coming to the Motorola DROID X?

Android 2.2.1 update is coming to the Motorola DROID X?


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DROID X
  • Display 4.3" 480 x 854 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP
  • Storage 6.656 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1540 mAh

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3 Comments

1. zerovampire311

Posts: 42; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

*crosses fingers* Sound fix, please god sound fix.... So tired of my speaker getting drowned by original moto droids! >.

2. ShiftMobile unregistered

If this is in play, is it a fix to Motorola Droids not communicating with Exchange 2010. Droid, Droid 2 and Droid X will not connect to Exchange 2010 servers.

3. sonia unregistered

Love my Droid X although i did have issues with my speaker could only use it on speaker phone the other person could not hear me nor I could hear them. Other wise great phone!

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