Posts tagged Android 2.0.1
Attention all Motorola Droid owners, it has come to our knowledge that Verizon’s Droid has a security flaw no thanks to a bug found in the Android 2.0.1. Apparently it is affecting only those Droids that are running on top of Android 2.0.1. This bug has a direct affect on the Android powered handset’s screen lock mechanism. Via this bug, a thief can get access to your mobile phone based data even if you have locked your screen. (Details after the jump)
Android hacking community continues to amaze us and this time it is no different. Folks at AllDroid forums have managed to bring the multi-touch browsing capability to Verizon’s highly advertized Motorola Droid. They achieved this feat by porting the multi-touch browser found in Motorola Milestone to Droid. (Setup instructions posted below)
Very recently, Verizon rolled out an OTA (over the air) update for Motorola Droid to fix certain number of problems that the Motorola phone was suffering from such as autofocus problem and more. Currently Droid users are dependent on Verizon to get the much awaited OTA update. A hack has been made available that gives you the option to manually update to Android 2.0.1 and eliminates the need to rely on Verizon to roll out the update (Steps listed below)
Yesterday, we informed you about the arrival of Android 2.0.1 update for Motorola Droid. One thing that remained to be seen, at that time was how efficient it was. Did it solve the problems that Droid was suffering from such as the autofocus problem and more? Well we have got that covered. We are sharing a video review with you which discusses the impact and usefulness of the updates as well as the changes that it brings.