Motorola’s Droid X used to be top dog, but time is certainly not kind at all to consumer electronics devices, and it is encouraging to see that Verizon’s Motorola Droid X is still getting support from the carrier in the form of a software update. Do not jump up and down thinking that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is in store here, as it the software update released would cram in improvements, enhancements, and bug fixes at best. If you are a Verizon subscriber rocking to the Droid X, you should be on the receiving end of the v4.5.621.MB810 update at the moment, and not much of the visuals have been changed.

We do know that lockups or resets after the Over the Air (OTA) update will be prevented, while the OTA update notice screen shows off the correct estimated update time. You ought to experience better browser security with the Google Security Patch from Android 2.3.6, and you can also kiss goodbye to the issue where the device may power ON without any user interaction. Out of Memory errors have also been reduced, and Visual Voice Mail now plays WAV files. How did your updating experience go?

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