Good news for Droid X users now, as Verizon and Motorola are aiming to roll out the Android 2.2 Froyo OS update by early September.
Motorola let the news slip in one of their support forums that the Droid X would be getting the update in less than four weeks.
The topic of discussion was addressing Exchange 2003 issues on the Droid X, when this response was posted:
Some Droid X users are experiencing an issue using Exchange 2003 email. Though the email is arriving on the Droid X, no notifications are appearing. A fix for this will be included in the upgrade to Android 2.2 scheduled for deployment by early September.
This update will be welcomed by the DX community, as they will finally get a substantial boost to their overall performance, Google Chrome-like web browsing speed, Adobe Flash 10.1 support and an upgrade facility for Android applications when they become available.
The DX Android 2.2 update is set to come in the form of OTA (Over the Air) download, but beware as an earlier leaked Froyo ROM for the smartphone was found to be a hoax.
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