Dec 17th, 2010


It’s not Gingerbread, but you absolutely can’t get mad at a round of bug fixes. (And yes, folks, I promise to one day stop referring to Gingerbread whenever a maintenance update is released.) The Motorola DROID 2 Global is set to get an over the air upgrade sometime soon, and it does little more than fix bugs and improve device performance. Here’s the list of improvements courtesy of Verizon:


+ Device now prepends 011 to Country Code to send
SMS messages.
+ Device no longer indicates “No Service” after powering up.
+ Device no longer resets when changing from Global Mode to
GSM/UMTS communication.
+ Device now refreshes the user interface display when switching
from GSM/UMTS to Global Mode.
+ Eliminated the blank screen when dialing the call forwarding
string *71.

Other improvements:

+ Improved audio during voice calls.
+ Reduced user interface lock-ups.

Yummy. The update will be 15.6MB and should be versioned 2.4.330 whenever you pull it down. We can’t imagine this won’t slip out over the weekend so keep hitting that System Updates menu and let us know if you folks are able to find it. [via Droid-Life]

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