Motorola Droid X2 Getting a Bug Fixing Software Update

Motorola and Verizon have started rolling out a new software update for the Droid X2. Sadly, its not the Ice Cream Sandwich update that Droid X2 owners might be expecting. The Droid X2 won’t be getting a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich, even though it sports a dual-core processor. Blame Motorola and Verizon for this!

This new software update for the X2, which is also probably its last, fixes some bugs including a security patch fix from Google. Verizon like always has also taken this opportunity to add more bloat to the handset.

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

  • ┬áVerizon Video and VZ Navigator 3D City are now pre-loaded.
  • A Google security patch has been added to improve the security level.
  • Purchased ringtones can now be saved and set.
  • Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.
  • Shortcut names can be updated and saved.
  • The keyboard of Input Auto Error Correction settings defaults to off.
The update is already live on Verizon’s server and is being rolled out via OTA, so if you have not already got the update you can get it by manually checking for it. To update manually, go to Settings-> About Phone and then select the Software Updates option.

Via – Droid-Life

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