It didn’t take too long for the DROID 2 Global OTA update discovered over a week ago to begin rolling out to users. The update version is 4.5.692 and fixes some issues, including the device’s tendency not to save camera settings after reboots, automatic power-ons, fixed out of memory issues and more. Check inside the settings menu to get your update. DROID 2 and DROID 3 members should remember that they’ll soon be getting an upgrade of their own, though it still isn’t know what will be included in those. (We think it’s safe to say that Ice Cream Sandwich certainly isn’t it.) [Thanks Han!]
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It seems owners of the original Motorola DROID Turbo are receiving invites to a new soak test.
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