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Droid X: New Android 2.2 Froyo Update (2.3.13) – Download Now

We have some important news for those of you with a Motorola Droid X now, as we can confirm that a new Android 2.2 Froyo update is now available to download for all rooted handsets.

As reported from MyDroidWorld, the new update is a leaked OTA update from Verizon, and is only accessible for those who have already rooted their devices. If you need instructions on how to root, visit our previous article here.

There are step-by-step instructions over at their Forums, along with the download links for everything you need to upgrade to Froyo 2.3.13. However, they haven’t posted what the update actually enables, or if it adds any new features for users.

If you have experienced updating in this way, you can head to their forum here for all the information you need. For those of you who are willing to try this out, let us know if it works for you, and any notable changes you have seen on your Droid X.

Thanks in advance!

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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DXuserScubaSteve
DXuserScubaSteve

@ waitj2009, you must not be listening with both ears open. If you think Sprint is looking better, jump ship. They DO have the best coverage, fastest network, best customer service…LOL!

waitj2009
waitj2009

I'm really tired of Verizon not doing the OTA update to fix the bugs in the froyo software. I used to think Verizon had it together, but not with this kind of service for their customers. I don't hear of issues like this with the other providers and Sprint is starting to look better all the time. I feel Verizon is leaving the Droid X fix for last and working on other phones for the holiday season. Totally disappointed. Droid X

Getphuct
Getphuct

@Max and Deborah if the phone is new then it should recieve an ota update that updates the 2.1ver. to a different 2.1ver. ending in .604 but still 2.1 Maybe why your friend has no flash 10.1"-Max.

Max
Max

Leaked? I have a friend that received it OTA and acted like I was crazy for complaining until I showed him my DX. He didn’t get flash yet.

Deborah
Deborah

Leaked? Then why did it automatically download to my phone???

Deborah
Deborah

Leaked? Then why did it automatically download to my phone???

Jdg
Jdg

I don't think any "legal action" is necessary against Motorola. They're working hard to satisfy the people with the latest in cell tech. Just keep being patient and you'll get to enjoy Froyo just like everyone else until you get sick of it and start looking for 2.3

jprn
jprn

Any legal action against motorola for false advertising of updating to froyo 2.2 "early summer"

Paul
Paul

Thanks. Man the fact that the leaked version alreay has an update/new version just futher proofs how past due the official update is. Really getting impatient. Dont understand how Droid X is supposed to be the premier android device out there yet its the last to get a software upgrade.

Jeremy
Jeremy

Heh, so a leaked build has been released AND updated before Moto can even get theirs out the door.

Maybe instead of threatening the people providing leaked builds with "legal action", they should hire them. They can obviously get sh** done better than the devs at moto.

Paul
Paul

Hasnt the leaked version been out for weeks? This is not news. When is the official OTA update. Thats what we care about!!

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