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Motorola Defy users can now upgrade to Android 2.2

Motorola Defy users can now upgrade to Android 2.2
Users of the Motorola Defy can now upgrade their handset to Android 2.2. According to T-Mobile, simply open the menu on the phone, click on Settings, then About Phone and select System Updates. With the download weighing in at 112MB, T-Mobile suggests waiting until you have a Wi-Fi connection to save data connection charges and your sanity.

The Froyo upgrade brings Flash capabilities along with the ability to store certain apps on a microSD card, and allows you to set up automatic updating for some apps. With Android 2.2, the Defy can act as a mobile Hotspot, offering an internet connection for up to 5 devices. For a list of what you can expect to see change on your Motorola Defy from your installation of Android 2.2, click on this link.

source: T-MobileForum via AndroidCentral

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