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Discussion in 'Android News' started by New2u, Dec 7, 2009.
I was just wondering...
Just saw this on another forum:
Droid update schedule.
Just got this in my internal VZW e-mail:
All times are EST.
At noon on 12/7, 1,000 users will receive notification of the update.
At 11:59 pm on 12/7, 9,000 more users will receive the update notification.
After the first 10,000 users receive the update on 12/7, there will be a 48-hour period when no additional upgrades will be delivered.
On Day 3 (12/9), 200,000 users will receive the update notification at 11:59 pm. This schedule will continue each day thereafter until the update has been delivered to all users.
Nice pic posted by Spbeyond on the Andropid Forum showing some of the new "black" widgets from the update...me likey!
Guess they're making sure they don't end up bricking phones before pushing the majority of the updates.
Hopefully someone can find the update.zip by tonight.
Nice...Looks like they have a plan if it's FUBAR...
There was no sound. I turned on the phone and got a popup.
Thus far I've noticed no dramatic differences other than the unlock screen, but I haven't used the phone extensively. I have a 415 area code, and my number ends in 01.
The one thing that's possibly of interest is that I contacted Verizon's tech support about an inability to send a text message to one particular number. The update seems to have fixed that bug. Yay!
Why ..... this is such a tease! I WANT MY UPDATE!
I'm curious, how do you now unlock the phone?
I really liked the half circle used to unlock or mute the phone, used in OS 2.0. It was easy to drag it to the left to silence/unmute the phone, or drag it to the right to simply unlock it!
Now I see two tabs... do you simply drag them to the edge of the phone?
(Wonder what the reason for this change was.... were people actually confused about how to unlock or silence their phones???)
It's a basic left-to-right motion. At first it seemed a little bit harder to do, since it felt like I had to move my finger closer to the right edge of the screen, but I think it was just muscle memory causing problems. Either that or I've gotten used to the new motion.
The ignore call gesture is basically the same as before, right to left, only it's a straight line rather than an arc.
That's kinda conservative, 10k people?
Hopefully I'm one!