Motorola tells DROID owners to chill, Android 2.1 will be here soon

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Motorola tells DROID owners to chill, Android 2.1 will be here soon
There's a heart broken for every light on Broadway, the saying goes. After Motorola apparently was premature in telling DROID owners to expect Android 2.1 to be sent to their machine this week, owners of Motorola's flagship device were nursing broken hearts. Motorola removed all posts in its forum and web site having to do with the upgrade, including a list of what changes the upgrade was to bring to the DROID. The erasure job was so good that you would have thought that the Schaumburg based company recruited former Nixon secretary Rosemary Woods to do the job.

In response to an email from Phonescoop, Motorola said on Thursday, "The Droid over-the-air software upgrade is expected to rollout soon.It will automatically be pushed to phones when ready and VerizonWireless customers will only have to accept the free download forcontinued use and enjoyment of this feature packed device." And yes, soon could mean as soon as Friday to as long as, well, you get the idea. For those who own the device, you might be letting yourself get too carried away by staring at the display all day and all evening, waiting for the notification bar to get set off with news of the upgrade.

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source: Phonescoop

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