There were some leaked documents and confirmation from Motorola yesterday indicating that the Android 2.2 update for the Motorola Droid X would be heading out today, and early this morning the update started going out as scheduled. The update (2.3.15.en.US) is 67.6MB and is appearing for individuls automatically, and if you manually check for an update.
According to Engadget, the update brings with it (besides Android 2.2) improved "visual voicemail with Bluetooth support, a refreshed mobile hotspot app, and a fix to prevent data connections from dropping as you move between WiFi and 3G coverage." Android Central also points out that Adobe Flash 10.1 came bundled with the update and should work immediately.
However, it is still a good idea to head over to the Android Market and make sure you are running the latest version of Flash Player after the security flaw last week.
For those of you who don't know how to check for updates and haven't gotten the notification yet, head into Settings / About / System Updates to check if the update is availabile for download.
Maybe now we'll have a few less threads in the forums that won't be questions about when Android 2.2 is coming for the Droid X. Our very own Jay Kramer informed me that the update was coming, and he is already installing it.
Image from Android Central
MOST POPULAR ARTICLE
|1||Samsung Galaxy S8 price, release date, specs and rumors|
|2||WhatsApp beta gets Gboard GIF support|
|3||OnePlus 2 Android update: OxygenOS 3.5.8 rolling out without Nougat|
|4||Android 7.0 Nougat update overview for smartphones and tablets|
|5||Best Android camera phones: which are the top on the market?|