U.S. Phone carrier Verizon has announced a long delayed software update for Motorola Droid X that fixes a host of bugs in the latest official Gingerbread build. This update should fix most of the issues which Verizon users were facing.Users might have to wait for the update message to pop up or do it manually. This latest updates brings in an improved browser security,camera settings may now be saved even after powering the unit off and the music player is also more stable.
Verizon has also fixed a bug where phone powers on without user interaction and the apps shortcuts remain in the device even though the app that has been added on SD Card. For those who have yet to update since the Droid X that came with Android Gingerbread will surely benefit from the upgrade.Verizon Wireless and Motorola encourages you to download this update.
Here is the Break Down:
Over the Air Updates
Prevents lockups or resets after the Over the Air (OTA) update.
OTA update notice screen displays the correct estimated update time.
Improved browser security with the Google Security Patch from Android 2.3.6.
Fixed issue where the device may power ON without user interaction.
Resolved possible device resets while playing music.
Adjusted camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered down.
Reduced Out of Memory errors.
WAV files can be played from Visual Voice Mail.
Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.
Improved stability of Music Player reduces resets.
Shortcuts to applications remain on the device even after applications are moved to the SD card.
Email, Messaging & Data
Improved connectivity with 3G Mobile Hotspot data connectivity.
Addressed error that replicated thumbnails in message threads.
Corrected errors where Yahoo! mail notifications were not displayed properly.
Reduced duplicate message errors.
Improved ability to access and receive Gmail when the Mobile Hotspot is turned on.
Sorted contact groups.
Device recognizes Multimedia ringtones after purchase.
Button background lighting turns off while in the desktop cradle.
Source: Verizon (PDF view)