Motorola and Verizon have begun sending out an update for the system software on the Motorola Droid, but so far only a few thousand people have received it. Those who are impatient can now update their smartphone manually.
However, this method is not authorized by either Verizon or Motorola. The cautious can wait a couple of days, and the software update will be sent to their phone where it can be installed in the approved manner.
Those who are interested in doing the unauthorized update should do the following:
What in Android OS 2.0.1?
As mentioned earlier, this is not a huge update, but it does include features most Motorola Droid users are going to want.
According to Verizon, the changes in the new software version are:
For those who are willing to wait for the approved update process, Verizon is going to send out 200,000 more updated tomorrow, then that same number each following night until all Droids have been updated.
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