Late last night, a miracle occurred. Verizon and Motorola finally began pushing out the Gingerbread update for the Motorola Droid 2. And it’s not an OTA update either. No sir. It’s available for Droid 2 owners, what’s left of them, to pull this very minute to get up and running. Unfortunately, it’s Android 2.3.3 and not the latest version of Gingerbread, Android 2.3.4.
Tough luck but we’re sure that you’ll be able to handle it after waiting all this time for the update to arrive.
So, what’s new? Well, besides Gingerbread, you’re going to see a host of improvements including a wew Download Manager app, a new interface and color scheme (expect lots of blue), VPN enhancements, Multi-Touch Key-Chording, a new ‘Running’ tab for apps, and more.
Hopefully, fingers crossed, the update works out better than the Droid X Gingerbread update did. Droid X owners endured a nightmare with Gingerbread until Verizon and Motorola rolled out a fix. It seems like things are working out well for Droid 2 owners though.
So, What are you waiting for?
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