*Embarrassed* SEE EDIT BELOW.
Gingerbread OTA was pushed to my Droid 2 this morning. I was running Squidly, so it didn't take. I restored back to stock, removed Droid 2 Bootstrapper, then retried and it was successfully updated to Android 2.3.2. Now System Update 4.5.601 won't complete. I never unrooted. That didn't seem to cause problems with the upgrade to 2.3.2. Do I need to unroot to apply this OTA update 4.5.601? I've tried twice (it's a 100+ MB download) and both have given failed message at the very end. I can boot and operate the device. I just can't apply this OTA update.
Apparently I was looking at the wrong thing. The first update must not have actually been Gingerbread because the software version reads 2.3.20 but the Android Version reads 2.2. I guess the update that is failing is the actual Gingerbread update. My basic question still stands, however. If I've returned everything to stock except left it rooted, why is the OTA Gingerbread failing? Do I need to unroot for this?