Motorola Droid X receives OTA Android 2.2 update

September 22, 2010
Verizon Droid X Software Updates

Verizon Droid X Software Updates

Today, Verizon Wireless are pushing Over The Air (OTA) updates to anyone with a Droid X Motorola Android device.

The update will take the Droid X to Android 2.2. This version of Android will allow for full Flash 10.1 support, along with fast load-times within web pages. This decrease in load time is, in part, thanks to the Javascript JIT compiler that has been built in to this latest version of Android. One of the other most notable updates is the ability to transition between ‘WiFi and wireless WAN connections without loosing data connectivity.

If you own a Motorola Droid X on Verizon and you think you might need a hand with the update, check out their official ‘Software Update’ Droid X page. This offering comes right at the very end of summer, since Autumn starts on 3:09am on 23 September in the UK (GMT). This is 10:09pm on 22 September (EDT).

Comments

  • Mark A. Brown

    Come On Motorla. When is this firmware upgrade going to address the biggest issue with your technology….. Syncing completely with a stand alone…..non-exchange… version of Outlook. I am so sorry I bought this phone. I understand why you are trying to block MS out, but seriously…. You don’t have a solution to replace outlook as the most used contact\note\calendar platform in the world…. Until you do and get the marketshare, your communication deviced needs to sync with the standard that well over half of us use. This is such a disappointment that you failed on this need.

  • Jim

    The phone is as lame as they go. I have the 2.2 droidx and still burns battery, sync issues, touch issues, slowness issues, is there a worse smartphone available.