Motorola Droid X2 Update to Fix Bugs and to Bring Android 2.3.4, Hopefully

| October 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Motorola Droid X2 (aka X^2) was launched at the end of May via Verizon. Back then it was counted as a high-end smartphone, and it is, but a couple of weeks later users started to discover the many bugs, which prevented the phone from working properly. This is one of the main reasons the phone’s price started to drop down. Just compare — if it was offered for $200 when it was launched ($600 for the unlocked version), a few months later Amazon sold it for $59,99. Now everything can be changed because Verizon will push out an important update with many fixes and Android 2.3.4.

The main improvements refer to the keyboard to remain visible during text entry. Other than that, when using the keyboard, the phone won’t reset no longer, the charging indicator will light up only when charging, the camera can be used after unlocking the phone and the magic smoke live wallpaper will work normally. The audio is improved on streaming video playback. The video playback is improved as well.

In short, there are lots of improvements, and it’ll undoubtedly be welcomed by users. But there’s still one question left — will it bring Android 2.3.4 or the software will remain the same?


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