Verizon Rolling out Android 2.3.4 for Droid X2 soon

Good news to all you Droid X2 owners! Looks like Verizon wants to give you a nice little update bringing you Android 2.3.4 with promises of fixing that annoying lock-up/restart problem when using the keyboard. The Verizon Moto Droid X2 support page has been updated (screenshot above) and the upcoming Build # is 1.2.380.MB870. The update is a healthy 55MB and no word on when Big Red will actually begin pushing it out but, rest assured, we will let you know as soon as it does. You can expect new features such as:

Device Features

  • Keyboard remains visible during text input.
  • Input characters are properly displayed during text entry.
  • Device will no longer lockup or reset when using the keyboard.
  • Charging indicator will display only when the device is plugged into a charger.
  • Home key functions correctly while the device is in the desktop cradle.
  • Successfully use the camera after unlocking the device.
  • Video quality has been improved for video recording and playback.
  • Mobile Hotspot password can now exceed 63 characters.
  • Improvement to the device stability limits resets and lockups.
  • The Magic Smoke live wallpaper animation now works properly.
  • Enjoy improved audio when streaming music.

Applications & Widgets

  • When playing MP3s through the Music App, songs will not skip.
  • Avoid YouTube video lockup while viewing.
  • Desktop cradle application starts correctly.
  • No longer receive an error message when purchasing the Let’s Golf App.

Keep a look out for an OTA update. If you are less patient than that you could always try and force the update by frequently checking under Menu>Settings>About Phone> System update. If you have any luck, be a pal and let us know, okay?

  • trevor sullivan

    I’m running Android 2.3.7 thanks to CyanogenMod. Why are these carriers, who have so much money, so far behind?

  • Brian Crane

    I am running 2.3.4 as of Monday, 10/17. Everything is working well so far regarding the upgrade. However, skipping during mp3 playback in the Music app has not been fixed. If anything, it’s worse. I know it is not the mp3 files, because if I copy them to another device or my PC, they play just fine. Everything else is good, but this one is a fail.

  • Bill Sheridan

    Just a SWAG, but, does the existence of the dual core processor make the port more difficult and time consuming?