I just updated from Froyo to Gingerbread (ver 3.3.3) on my Motorola DX. Really nice - fixes some bugs and has some nice new features.
A question on one of the icons in the right side of the status bar. Can't figure out what it measns. It looks like 3 verticle wavy lines. When you turn the phone sideways, it looks like 3 capital "M's", but the normally vertical lines on the outside of the "M" are angled out.
Does anyone know what this icon indicates?
Does it look like fried bacon? Probably the vibrate icon.
Thanks. I googled it yesterday and couldn't find anything. After I posted my question, I finally found the answer on the android forum. Yes, it looks like fried bacon, and yes it's the vibrate. I had no idea the gingerbread update reset my phone to vibrate only. When I fixed that, the bacon went away, and calling the phone makes it ring.
Aside from turning the ringer off, gingerbread is really nice, much more so than froyo.