Dec 6th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 3:59 pm

Droid-Life just stumbled upon new information about a maintenace update heading out for the Motorola DROID X sometime soon. Some of the highlight enhancements include preloaded Adobe Flash Player, MyVerizon, and Madden NFL 2011.

Wait, what? Well we already knew EA was bringing Madden NFL 2011 to Android, but it sounds like Verizon – through their partnership with the NFL – got first dibs on it. Those of you on the DROID X (or any Verizon phone, for that matter) should proceed with caution when new “games” are preinstalled as these often tend to be time-limited demos which urge you to buy the full game. And unless you’re rooted, you can’t get rid of the demo 99% of the time.

We’ll see whenever Verizon officially pushes this one out though. A list of other improvements from software version 2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.blahblahblah (just know it isn’t Gingerbread) can be seen in the image above, courtesy of Droid-Life.


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