Motorola Droid X Gets a Software Update
By on February 20th, 2012

It looks like Motorola has not yet forgotten the Droid X! The company will soon start rolling out a new software update for the handset, which squashes some serious bugs and improves the browser security as well. Other serious bugs like the device getting reset while playing music, fewer out of memory errors, improved stability of Music player, improved 3G Mobile Hotspot data connectivity have also been fixed.

The update with the version number 4.5.621 mainly fixes bugs that were introduced in the last software update for the handset, which was released nearly 8 months ago. Yeah, it took Motorola 8 months to roll out another software update to fix the bugs it introduced in the last software update.

Below is the full change-log of the update -:

The update is not yet live, but should go live in the next few days. The update will be rolled out via OTA, and users can manually check for the update by going into Settings -> About Phone -> System Updates -> Download.

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