Motorola Droid X Gets An OTA Software Update
By on July 13th, 2010

The Droid X is yet to be officially launched. The handset is slated to be available at various Verizon retail stores on 15 July. However, pre-orders of the phone began quite sometime back. Surprisingly, some people who had pre-ordered the Droid X received the phone even before its launch. Now Droid-Life is reporting that Motorola has just rolled out a new OTA software update for the Droid X. The OTA (Over-The-Air) software update weighs in at 18MB.

Earlier Motorola had said that people who received their Droid X earlier than expected won’t be able to activate it. But the very next day the company said that users can activate their Droid X. As of now, no official change log of this OTA software update is available. Since no official change log is available we can’t say anything about this software update.

In all probability, this software update is just a bug fixer. We will update this post, once and if an official change log is made public.

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