Aug 6th, 2010


What else could Verizon cram onto August 12th? The space on the calendar is filling up with the launch of the Droid 2 and a Droid training day for customers, but if recent rumors are to be believed this could also be the date that the Froyo update for the Motorola Droid picks back up after it was supposedly halted in favor of a newer build version. There is no specific reason known yet for why the update may have been switched to the later version, some speculation is that one of the bugs to be fixed is AAC+ playback support with Pandora, which many Froyo users have experienced trouble with.

Actually, no one is really sure if the update was ever halted, but evidence definitely lends us to believe that the new build FRG22 is indeed replacing the first one pushed — version FRG01B. Will the 12th be the date the update resumes? I guess we’ll know in a few short days.

[via Droid-Life]

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