Droid 2 Receives OTA/User Initiated Update.

Posted: August 21, 2010 in Droid 2

New owners of the Droid 2 are going to be getting a small update.  More importantly, it looks like Verizon is offering user initiated updating before they push it OTA, according to droid-life.com.

Below are the changes/additions with the update, and although nothing major, still nice to see the quick response on issues for a device just launched.  It makes me wonder why they didn’t have the same response with pushing any updates to the Droid X?  Luckily we got our Froyo leak for that yesterday, and if you haven’t taken the plunge, let me tell you, it’s well worth it.

With that, in this update you’ll receive –

+ Enabled text and picture message scrolling.
+ Streamlined set up of Visual Voice Mail feature.
+ Improved contact sync with Corporate Exchange categories
and groups.
+ View accurate contact pictures when reviewing Recent Call Log.

Again nothing major, but nice little tweaks.  Also according to a leaked photo on Droid-life.com we can confirm the user initiated update was live in some regions starting last night, and will start rolling out OTA to users that haven’t updated on their own beginning August 24th and completing on August 27th.

Source: Droid-life.com

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