The Gingerbread problems for Motorola and Verizon continue and this time it’s the Motorola Droid 2 Global’s update that’s in the spotlight. According to a Motorola forums manager, the update, which began rolling out earlier this week, has been temporarily suspended while engineers address an Exchange Encryption issue that popped up within the software.
Sadly, no timetable was given for when the update might start rolling out again but we think it’s safe to say that it will likely be a couple of days at the very least before the companies are comfortable rolling this out to the masses again.
Here is Motorola’s full statement regarding the update:
We’ve looked into this Microsoft Exchange encryption issue with the recent software update, and we know what’s going on. The update has been temporarily suspended to allow us to address this. We anticipate the update to be available soon when it is ready, and it will take care of this. Sorry for the hassle, and thanks for reporting this.
Not good, not good at all.
We’ll let you know when the update comes back online. In the meantime, try not to go crazy.
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