Motorola wants to know if its Bravo owners would like to test out the upcoming and long-awaited Froyo update before it gets officially released to the masses…or at least Bravo owners. You can sign up at the source link below where they’ll take everyone’s name and contact you later letting you know how you can get the pre-release update to install on your Bravo. Here’s what Motorola had to say on the matter;
Motorola and AT&T are happy to announce a pre-release of the first software upgrade* for BRAVO™ with MOTOBLUR™, before it is officially released to all customers. We are recruiting 1,000 BRAVO™ owners to test and provide feedback on the upgrade to FroYo (Android 2.2).
This registration period will be open until we receive our limit of qualified applicants. Note that you must be a member of the Motorola Owners’ Forums to register. If you’re interested in testing and want to take part, just join Motorola’s community now and then fill out the short registration form.
Please note that registering will not guarantee you’ll be among those testing the software update as testers will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis, and on valid registration responses. Selected users will receive additional information to prepare for the upgrade via email when the trial begins.
There you have it, Motorola is definitely committed to releasing Android 2.2 on the Bravo.