Motorola DROID X2 owners, you may want to jump into your About phone menu and fire up System updates, because Verizon has spilled the beans on an update for the DX2 that includes a smorgasbord of fixes. For example, the update promises to stop the device from locking or resetting while using the keyboard. That's good, right? Also included are goodies like improved video recording/playback quality, better streaming music audio, and a bump to Android 2.3.4. You can find the full change log below.
Verizon hasn't offered word on when the update — which is build number 1.3.380 and weighs in at around 55MB — will begin rolling out, but you can rest assured that we'll pass along the details as soon as we get them. In the mean time, though, you could always try going to Menu > Settings > About phone > System updates to try and pull the update down manually. Just be sure to give us a shout in the comments below if you have any luck, ok?
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