Motorola Droid X2 Android 2.3.4 Soak Test Rolling Out Now


The initial soak test of the Android 2.3.4 update for the Motorola Droid X2 has started, just as we expected it would after Verizon updated their support page with the new firmware version’s changelog. For members of the Motorola Feedback Network who signed up for the test, the update should be making its way to your handset any minute now. For everyone else, barring any snags uncovered in the initial test, the update should be reaching the general public shortly.

[via DroidLife]

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  1. Soak is underway.

  2. Phone locks up in camera mode 95% of the time :( and while it would seem the docking station reboot problem was fixed, my phone says its still charging 70% of the time after i take it off the dock

  3. I am very much excited to found some new features added in this update and eagerly waiting for this update available. Keep providing such valuable updates whenever possible.

  4. Fixed a lot of issues for me. I haven’t noticed any problems with the phone yet. Music plays like it should now, I haven’t had any random boots yet, no issues with the doc. Overall I’m very happy with the update.

  5. I noticed the new turn-off screen animation that makes it look like an analog tube television shutting off. That is pretty unique… at first I thought I blew up my phone. ha ha! No problems with the camera like someone stated above.

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