The Motorola DROID 2 Global is set to receive a new software update that will bea round 16MB in size, so unless you’re on an unlimited data plan, we would suggest connecting to a Wi-Fi network to download this update or be faced with a rather hefty phone bill at the end of the month. Just what does this software update offer? For starters, it will fix a handful of international calling bugs, including device resets when switching from GSM/UMTS mode, errant “No Service” signals, and a blank screen when activating call forwarding. Not only that, owners of the Motorola DROID 2 Global can expect improved audio during voice calls and reduced user interface lock-ups after installing the update. As always, make a back up of your phone’s data before you apply any update of sorts, official or otherwise, lest Murphy decides to strike! No word on when the update will be released, but it will come soon – otherwise, there wouldn’t be any smoke without fire, right?

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