Those of you who own a Motorola Droid 2 may have already started to see that 2.3.20 OTA software update from Verizon has already started. There is said to be a number of improvements and enhancements, the most important being improved battery performance.
Two of the other updates that will prove popular with Droid 2 users are faster GPS location tracking and an increased changeover from Wi-Fi to GPS. These are just a few, but there are 13 improvements and 4 enhancements, lets take a look at some of the others.
Like the iPhone 4, the Droid 2 has suffered from proximity sensor issues; the accuracy has now been improved for a faster response time on the screen. Visual Voice Mail has also been improved, making things much simpler than before. Adding a video file to a text message has now been made simpler, along with improved sound and video quality.
Two of the best enhancements are the ability to export your contacts list to your SD Card, and finally being able to add images to your contacts. These are just some of the features included in the update visit Droid Life for more details.
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