Owners of the original Motorola Droid X have been plagued with virtual keyboard issues for quite awhile now and luckily, today, it appears that Verizon has taken care of those issues by pushing out a 113MB update that should resolve them. Droid X owners have been dealing with the keyboard locking up and freezing, I’ve experienced both myself, so this update should be a welcomed one.
The update is currently rolling out OTA so if you haven’t been prompted to download it yet, you might want to head into your Settings to see if the update is indeed waiting for you to download.
Strange that a small fix like this would require such a massive file size. Maybe Motorola and Verizon don’t like the fact that its users are rooting this phone?
Nah, couldn’t be.
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