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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X2' started by Slicky13, Dec 19, 2011.

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    Question when is the freaken x2 getting a new update

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    What version is it in right now 2.3.3 or 2.3.4 ?
    My X2 is running Gingerbread 2.3.4
    There is a leak for updating to 2.3.5 but there are really no major fixes so really it's not worth it until they figure out a battery fix for the X2 i would just wait until an official OTA update.
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    Probably won't be for awhile. Motorola is to busy with their precious bionic and razr ICS upgrades to even bother with a phone they released 9 months ago.

    Personally I hope they stand by their "end of the year unlock" statement and just open the boot loader. Then we can upgrade it ourselves.

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    Probably never since ICS is out and there are more popular phones out. Reality I think is that the X2 will fall into the unsupported category at Moto really quick if it isnt already
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    Better start hoping Verizon allows them to unlock it. Moto would....they dont care anymore its up to the carrier and Verizon says no.
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    If this is the case maybe I should use my 90 day return and get a Nexus or Razor ?
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    Deving on the razor might prove interesting since it doesnt have a removable battery and I am not sure but I bet the bootloader is locked on it as well. The nexus if you like dev stuff would be the way to go. I hear its unlocked