Posts tagged Droid X
Motorola Droid X smartphone was launched by Motorola for providing users a gadget that can help them a lot in their communication. Here is a comprehensive Droid X Review just for your guidance and information.
See the image shown below? Did you spot the odd/wrong thing about it? Yup, that’s right Verizon’s ad shows a sexy looking Droid X running Google Maps for iPhone. Hello! Droid X is an Android powered phone.
Motorola Droid 2 R2D2, the Stars Wars version of Droid 2 has set the Android world on fire particularly the keen followers of Star Wars. When I say keen followers, that includes the proud owners of Droid 2 and Droid X as well. Here’s what you came for – Droid 2 R2D2’s lock screen has been extracted and ported to the Motorola’s latest Droid family members: Droid X and Droid 2.
Droid X could very well be getting the Froyo update as early as today. To be able to get the official Froyo build up and running on your Droid X, you need to make sure your sexy looking gadget is running on the stock Android 2.1 aka Eclair and not the leaked Froyo firmware. In case you are running the leaked Android 2.2 firmware and want to downgrade or revert to Android 2.1, follow the steps listed after the jump.
Finally, the moment which you have been anxiously waiting for is getting nearer. Verizon Wireless Droid X support page has been updated which leads us to the belief of you folks getting the Froyo update very soon possibly today.
Samsung Galaxy S’s trip to US is yet to be completed as it has one final thing to do – make Verizon its fourth and final home. Based on a leaked Verizon internal document, this could happen as early as 9th September.
Once you read the news of Froyo update for Droid X getting leaked out, you knew deep in your heart that it won’t be long before the update was made available for public use. That time has arrived and we are here with the instructions to get the leaked Android 2.2 update up and running on your Droid X.
Here comes the news which will definitely interest the Droid X community. Froyo, the firmware which every single android user wants these days has made its way to Droid X the leaked way. My Droid World forum member is the source of this news and you bet he will be happy running the snappy Android 2.2 on his gigantic smartphone.
BGR just keeps coming up with the good stuff. So what has happened this time is the million dollar question here. BGR has gotten details of Verizon’s plan for 2010, 2011 and even some part of 2012 thanks to a Verizon Wireless insider. Before getting into the details, it is worth mentioning that you are going to love the roadmap if you are an Android fan boy as the carrier’s plans are full of Android phones and tablets. Details after the jump.
6th August is nearing its end and still no sign of Froyo update for Droid X. And we think we know why no Android 2.2 has been rolled out for Droid X users? According to a Motorola official, An Exchange 2003 bug has performed the role of the show stopper and has apparently led to the undesirable delay.