So I recieved some batteries that I bought off Ebay in the mail earlier today, that are supposedly aftermarket, but moreso just appear to be Official motorola batteries, just with an older manufactured date on them. I test them out in my Motorola Droid 2, and they work and charge just fine; all is well.... Then later this evening, my Droid 2 notifies me that there's an OTA update to the Android OS Version 2.3.20. Without knowing any better, I accepted the update, and let the phone install the update. Once the phone completed, I was troubled by something that happened with the Battery Icon; For some reason instead of the Green Charging battery indicator that was there before the update occured, It became a Grey Batery with a Question Mark (?) in the middle of it. After I tried to hook it up to the charger, it gave me an Error Message that told me that the battery was not an Official Motorola Battery, and to Change it out with an Official one.
I just recently got hooked up with this phone about a month ago, and I've been having troubles with it left & right, and not to mention the multiple calls to verizon on these various issues, and major headaches...
Is there any way that i can Roll back this update to the previous version, so I can use my aftermarket battery again??
Much Help is appreciated!