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Thread: FroYo update for DROID X delayed until early September

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    FroYo update for DROID X delayed until early September



    For those of you eagerly anticipating FroYo for the DROID X, we have some (relatively) bad news. It seems that Motorola has delayed DROID X's 2.2 update until "early September", according to Motorola's official DROID X support forum:

    A fix for [Exchange 2003 mail] will be included in the upgrade to Android 2.2 scheduled for deployment by early September.
    Now, this certainly isn't devastating news, as the update was originally slated for the end of August. I guess another week or two won't hurt too much. Neither is it shocking, considering Motorola's tendency to delay updates without hesitation. So DROID X users, would an early September roll-out of FroYo be okay with you?

    via Droid Life
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    Follow the discussion here: DROIDX Froyo Update Delayed to September?

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    "Okay", not really, but of course what the hell are we supposed to do? This is so frustrating! I was hoping I would be able to experience the benefits of FroYo's energy-saving abilities. I don't mind charging my phone nightly, but I'm a heavy user. This charging every 3/4 day thing is getting old.
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    I'd rather have it be delayed once or twice and have it be relatively bug-free than the Microsoft update model. Luckily for me, I guess, that I'm not looking at OTA updates or a new phone for another year. :-)
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    I agree on waiting for a solid build, but having to wait so much longer after many other android phones have already updated is aggravating.
    I have to leave the continental US for a dig this Tuesday and I'm not looking forward to having no phone connectivity and no FroYo to boot!

    I'm spoiled with this damned phone. Like a kid in a candy store.

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    It says it'll be out "by early september". That means it'll be done before early september. That means it'll be out in august. Nothing has changed then.
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    i dont mind waiting for a better product
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    I can wait a few more weeks if it means that they will fix the AAC audio bug that its plaguing streaming audio apps, like Pandora and Rhapsody. Additionally, I'd like Flash 10.1 to be ready in the market as soon as 2.2 rolls out to the Droid X.
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    See, this is the kind of **** that makes me regret buying a phone with a locked boot loader... oh well. It is what it is.
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    2.2 for moto droid

    When will verizon release the 2.2 for my motorola droid? I first heard july, then aug.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmikels View Post
    When will verizon release the 2.2 for my motorola droid? I first heard july, then aug.

    Thank you
    It's rolling out now, has been all week, but there was an issue with the original OTA so it's been updated mid-push.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dro...d-2-2-ota.html
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