Motorola has come clean in their support forums today to some problems that have arisen with the current build of Froyo for the Droid X.
Their specific comments on several of the most frequent complaints are copied below.
Stuck on Moto logo after reboot — this was tough on a very few owners. Sorry about ... Read More »
If you missed it, there’s been a leaked Android 2.2 build for the Motorola DROID X floating around for a few days now. But before you try flashing the latest Android build to your precious phone, Motorola wants you to know that they will not be offering any support for those who update their ... Read More »
MyDroidWorld has released a leaked Froyo update for the Droid X this morning which works for rooted and nonrooted users alike. This is an easy one as you just need to apply the “update.zip” file.
The instructions for the update can be found below, but a few warnings are necessary first. There is little to ... Read More »
In an unprecedented move for carriers with Android phones, Verizon appears poised to update their entire lineup of high-end Droid phones to Android 2.2 within the next couple of weeks. History tells us that the carriers, handset makers, and Google have been somewhat uncoordinated with previous firmware upgrades, but Verizon has the chance to change ... Read More »
If you have been wanting to root your Droid X, but the 21 step process we told you about last week seemed about 20 steps too difficult then your ship has finally come in.
Yet another Alldroid user, Sil3ntKi113, has built off the work of Birdman and the crew that first rooted the ... Read More »
The Droid X’s bootloader may remain locked up tighter than Fort Knox, but thanks to some industrious users from Alldroid the Droid X community at least has root access to sooth their pain.
As the question of why you would want to root always comes up I’ll go ahead and answer it now. ... Read More »
While most people have been impressed by the screen size or the processor of the DROID X, Motorola wanted to make sure that owners of the new Android powerhouse get the best possible user experience as well. We know, most of you are not too fond of MotoBLUR or even the dumbed down version of ... Read More »
The Droid X came out this week and I was lucky enough for a good friend of mine to let me play with his the day he picked it up (thanks Andrew). I have been pretty excited about this phone since it was leaked and have always found Motorola’s designs for their Droid phones to ... Read More »
We already heard the T-Mobile customers chime in on their new phone and now we want to know what the Verizon fans think of Motorola’s new superphone. The Motorold Droid X is now on sale for $199 and it sounds like a lot of you went out and purchased this phone since it’s ... Read More »
In the early days of Android, most devices featured the same 528 MHz ARM11 Qualcomm processor and their performance levels were pretty comparable. It was not until Verizon launched the Motorola Droid that we began to see the next generation of chipsets being used, which offered new features like enhanced graphics processors.
Fast forward to ... Read More »