Motorola Droid 2 Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update Rolling Out Now
By on September 5th, 2011

Motorola and Verizon have started rolling out the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the Droid 2. The Droid 2 Global got its Android 2.3 Gingerbread update more than a month ago, but it was then pulled back by Verizon for some reason. However, the company

Now, Verizon has finally deemed the original Droid 2 owners worthy of some Gingerbread love. The Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the Droid 2 brings with it enhancements in the performance and battery life of the phone.

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Below is the full change-log, thanks to the guys over at Android Police -:

  • New Download Manager
  • App and Power Management Details
  • Multi-touch key-chording
  • Improved word selection copy functionality
  • New UI and color scheme
  • New dock icons
  • App groups
  • Improved security
  • Improved battery life while using Wi-Fi
  • Fixed issue that caused frequent data connection drops
  • Mobile Hotspot status is displayed accurately
  • Improved email application
  • Correct contact name is displayed when receiving SMS messages
  • Emoticons are displayed in messages
  • Forward SMS message conversations accurately
  • Notification LED will flash when new message is received
  • Access My Verizon without any force close errors
  • Compass calibration within Google Maps syncs accurately with your location
  • Geo-tagging features available for camera applications
  • Clock widget updates time correctly
  • Callback numbers now populate in Dialer app
  • GPS apps and programs no longer cause unnecessary device resets
  • Google Books is now preloaded
  • V CAST Apps is now preloaded
  • V CAST Media Manager is now preloaded
  • Blockbuster ® movie rentals license remains active after download
  • Keypad backlight turns on in darker settings
  • Improvements in screen display no longer causes display screen to turn black
  • Fixed issue that caused factory resets when the device’s mobile number is changed
  • Fixed issue that caused device reset and a black display screen after over the air upgrades.

Droid 2 users can pull the update from Verizon’s server, or alternatively wait for the update to be pushed to their handset.

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