OTA update verizon droid... 2.1?

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  1. OB1J3D1

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    All,

    Today I had a notification on my droid that an update was available. I was hoping to check out the forum to see how the update went for everyone before I did it. But it's not there anymore.

    Did it go automatically? Settings > About Phone > system updates says I am up to date.
    firmware 2.0.1
    build ESD56

    Hope I didn't miss my update by waiting...

    Thanks!
     
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    You are up to date....thats the current build right now
     
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    it's still anyones guess when/if 2.1 will come out.

    And when it finally does it will be better to just update once its rooted.
     
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    was prob an application update
     
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    I've never seen that notification before, didn't press on it and it was still there for a while with texts and other stuff on the notification that i did use. perhaps it was for an update for an application? Or is that notification specifically for droid firmware updates?
     
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    If it was the 2.0.1 update it would have continued to pop up after you ignored it. So open up the market hit the menu key and choose downloads. The apps that you downloaded will show update(s) available if there are any.
     
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    moved to the android (OS) forum
     
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    Ah ha! that was it. Man i was excited for nothing... Thanks!
     
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    Perhaps enough refunds on the Moto droid would wake them up? I'm already feeling like I bought B grade hardware w/ the nexus one having such better specs.
     
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    Then return your Droid instead of crying about it. I'm happy with mine, and I don't feel slighted in the least.
     
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    Fixy:)
    Agreed. Current OS runs perfect, no bugs to speak of. I might be jonesen for an update if this wasn't the case, but I'd rather wait for all the 2.1 bugs to be worked out.

    These"Where's 2.1?"threads are starting to get old.
     
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    Well you can't say consistency from customers isn't the best way to make things happen. You are quite bold to state there are no issues w/ the current OS. If the phone can be overclocked from 800-1ghz and run perhaps they should flash the phone to perhaps do 600-700 under high CPU demand.

    The camera delay is just ridiculous to open. The lack of multitouch in typing SUCKS... Pinch and zoom would be cool but w/e. The web and using maps isn't slow persay but truthfully could be smoother scrolling. Inability to transfer contacts via bluetooth. etc.

    There are problems. I just simply was curious if theres any reasons aside from physical keyboard to keep the droid over the nexus one.
     
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