Motorola Droid X was released to the public for the first time in Summer 2010. It take almost two years before Verizon finally issued a new Over The Air update for this smartphone. According to the company’s representative, this new software will be able to fix some issues that has been found in the Gingerbread OS. Anyone who’re happen to own the Motorola Droid X should be able to perform the update manually or they can just wait for an official OTA update notification in their phone.
Currently tagged with 4.5.621.MB810 serial code, this software bring improved browser security, camera settings, memory handling, power management, music app, and 3G hotspot. The Visual Voice Mail is now support for .wav format and the button lights will be disabled.
Sadly, for anyone who loved to mess around with their android handset, this new firmware still contain locked bootloader. This is mean that Droid X users are forced to work with the Android Gingerbread OS, if they want a stable system. Off course you can turn your attention to some unofficial Android 4.0 firmware or ROM, but most of them aren’t work properly at the moment.tags: Droid X, Motorola, Software, Update