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DROID gets 2.0.1 firmware update

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Dec 2009 22:51 User comments (1)

DROID gets 2.0.1 firmware update Owners of the Motorola DROID smartphone should begin getting the latest update to their Android firmware today, version 2.0.1, which is being pushed over-the-air (OTA) as of this week.
The update will first and foremost fix the autofocus issue of the DROID's camera, as well as improve battery life and improve the Visual VoiceMail service. Audio quality for music playback and calls should be slightly improved as well.

Although unconfirmed, it appears a new unlock screen may also be part of the update, as well as improvements to "overall stability and speed," says Electronista.

Google's anticipated 2.1.0 update, which will include more important updates should hit in early January.

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18.12.2009 9:09

I got my updated yesterday afternoon. I still have not received it on my other droid ( My wife got it on hers) . The phone is alot smoother its also faster . Camera works great too . I made a video showing it

http://www.guysfromqueens.com/?p=824

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