Verizon announces OTA upgrade for DROID in coming weeks

Verizon announces OTA upgrade for DROID in coming weeks
If you recall, back a few days after the DROID was launched, Verizon released 5 pages worth of bugs that would be fixed with an OTA firmware upgrade on December 11. Around the same time, we might see the OS upgraded to Android 2.1, as we reported previously. Today, Big Red released Android SDK 2.0.1 and at the same time, brought up the OTA upgrade for the DROID that would be out "within the coming weeks". Our previous story mentioned fixing things like the failure to support Yahoo mail. Today, Verizon talked about fixing voice reception and the inability of the 5MP camera to focus on subjects. DROID owners-what problems with your handset would you like to see fixed in the first firmware upgrade?

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source: BGR

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