Your Droid X needs an update
The Droid X has made its way into the world and many people are quite happy with their new toy. The Droid X sports an almost won’t fit in your pocket 4.3 inch screen and is even more than impressive if you see it in the wild.
The Motorola Droid X that was released on July 15th has come to the public with a bit of interest surrounding it, from its ‘eFuse” security technology to its near lack of stock for the general public. But today Verizon announced a software update to the Droid X just a mere four days after its release. The update to “Version 1.13.604.MB810.Verizon.en.US/Baseband: BP_C01.09.04P” has been made available as of today and will give your Droid X some updates that in my opinion should have been made available out of the box. But that’s neither here nor there. The software update for the Droid X will enhance and or improve the following specs. The update will improve the battery charging indicator, will provide smoother transitions for the camera and camcorder, a redesign of weather widgets icons, the update has sped up the loading of Exchange ActiveSync, the update will streamline the organization of newly downloaded apps, you can organize favorite contacts by call count, an update to Bluetooth for enhanced video sharing, coordination of date and time across the X’s display, a cleaner GPS symbol for your status bar, improvements to the 3G mobile hotspot, faster visual voicemail, an update to the enhanced preloaded My Verizon app, and lastly Amazon Kindle® application lets you read Kindle books.
Starting July 19th the update will be issued via OTA (over the air) and will take a bit of time to reach all Droid X models. However the list of updates is impressive, and most definitely worth the wait, just makes me wonder why the Droid X was not issued to the world this way 4 days ago.
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