Droid X Android 2.2 Froyo Issues: Motorola Acknowledge

There appears to be some issues with the Android 2.2 Froyo update which hit the Motorola Droid X smartphone and since then Motorola has acknowledged an issue with Droid X messaging, but now Motorola is also acknowledging other issues.

According to an article over on Android Central by Jared DiPane and by way of Motorola Support, here are a few of the issues being faced with Android 2.2 Froyo on the Motorola Droid X device…

There’s an issue with the device being stuck on the Moto logo when rebooting, however a fix is on its way for this in a future software update, random rebooting, again i9mprovements for this will come in a software update, battery manager “force close” problem, again Motorola has developed a fix.

Droid X WiFi connectivity and stability, WiFi improvements have been developed and will be released in a software update, final four seconds of music play cutting off, and media will not play a fix for both has been developed and will be released in a software update.

So it would appear that all the reported issues with the Motorola Droid X have been fixed but Motorola hasn’t said just when that software update would be available, but until it does arrive if you find a new bug report it.


4 thoughts on “Droid X Android 2.2 Froyo Issues: Motorola Acknowledge”

  1. soozzie says:

    Since the unannounced update today, my droid will not stay in landscape mode — it switches to portrait after a second or two. Also jammed on unlocking. I've tried to reboot — no improvement. NOT HAPPY.

  2. kristen says:

    I have been having major problems with my camera closing and returning to the home screen when I try to take a picture. Also, the shutter keeps beeping and will not take the photo. My phone freezes often as well.

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