Motorola Droid X software update incoming


 

Owners of the Motorola Droid X might want to start hitting the ‘check now’ button in the system updates menu as Verizon has just released the change-log for the impending 4.5.621 update.

The OTA update is set to bring a number of bug fixes and systems enhancements to improve on the device’s previous gingerbread update. Highlights include browser improvements, music player stability, improved OTA push as well as the promise of less memory issues and force closes.

It may not be as exciting as an update to ICS however there are certainly some major improvements worth getting your hands on. The update weighs in at 15MB and should only take 5-15 minutes to download.

Check out the change-log as well as a handy guide on how to install in the link below.

 

source : verizon

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  • Trhummer

    Got this upgrade yesterday and it bricked my phone, though the problem seemed to be in the installation process, not in the software itself. After several frustrating hours and a trip to the Verizon store, it’s all sorted out. I can’t see any differences in the phone’s performance, however.