Motorola says no update for those who installed leaked Froyo on their DROID X

Motorola says no update for those who installed leaked Froyo on their DROID X
Motorola today came out and made it clear that there will be no official Froyo build sent to those who installed a leaked Android 2.2 update on their DROID X. The Schaumburg based firm warned those who have not yet done the deed to stay clear of unofficial software. In a post by the moderator of the Motorola Owners Forum, DROID X owners were told that unless they have a way to flash their handset back to the current official settings, their "X" could be stuck on the leaked version of Android 2.2.

The manufacturer does not want to have to make adjustments like HTC recently had to do for those who installed a leaked Froyo build on to their EVO 4G which was unofficially obtained from HTC servers. As we reported, when that build went non-final, early updaters were potentially stuck until HTC disseminated an official version that brought everyone up to date.

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source: Motorola

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