Posts tagged Motorola Droid
Earlier, we shared with you the sensational news of Verizon pushing out a Droid update that will allow the device owners to install the Flash 10.1 on their device and get on with the game. The problem with the rolled out update is that it is being distributed OTA and you are required to wait for you turn which may take time. We have got just the thing you are looking for, a download link for the FRG22D firmware which means you can manually install the update on your Droid. Steps to do that are listed after the jump.
The Froyo package for the Droid users has finally been completed as Verizon has started pushing an update that will allow the record setting Motorola Droid to become Flash 10.1 compatible, just the way you Droidsters wanted it. In case you forgot, Verizon’s first Froyo update didn’t bring the all important Flash support for the sensational Android device.
Engadget’s source have once again proven themselves as a reliable one and have done the giant gadget a world of good as well. 12th August, the previously rumored release date for Droid 2 has just received the official confirmation thanks to a PR rolled out by Verizon and Motorola. Price and release date follows after the break.
So you have had enough of waiting for Verizon to roll out the OTA Froyo update for your very own Droid? We know exactly how you feel and what you want. Step by Step guide to install the official Android 2.2 build on your Motorola Droid awaits you after the break.
With the Droid X already rolled out and Droid 2 getting ready to hit the streets, it is only natural that we hear rumors of the European version of these two sensational Android devices. And so here we are with the rumor that is surely going to capture interest of the Europe based Droid audience. According to FrAndroid, a France based Android blog, both Droid 2 and Droid X are likely to land in the Europe zone before the end of 2010.
A Verizon tipster has delivered AndroidSPIN folks the kind of information you were waiting for particularly if you own a Droid Incredible, Droid or Droid X. According to the tipster Froyo will be rolled out to all these three devices next week.
Here comes a shut-up call for those who doubted the puzzle solving capabilities of Motorola Droid. If you thought that Droid was good enough to solve the 3*3*3 Rubik Cube Puzzle, then this post is for you. Droid has now managed to solve a 7*7*7 Rubik Cube thus pushing strongly for the Rubik Cube Maestro title.
We all know what Motorola did to market its successful Droid? It launched a series of commercials attacking iPhone and the abilities it lacks. The cell phone manufactures have continued the very same practice for Droid X by running a full page ad on the New York Times.
This isn’t a surprise – another Android phone leakage. What’s more it’s yet another Droid successor leakage but one which is different from the Motorola Xtreme who by the way has already been spotted in a gym and has a beautiful back cover. The phone leaked this time is believed to be Droid 2 and is quite similar in shape to the original Motorola Droid. Specs listed after the jump.