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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

disturbedrod
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And how did you manage to do your work before Droid X? don't tell me now that because of not having flash on your phone you're no longer able to do your work, you're one more that I read that blames their lack of patience on VZW and Motorola, it's their fault now that your life sucks and to fix that you need Froyo NOW!!!

I'm happy I use my phone as an extension of my laptop to receive emails when I'm on the road, make phone calls (actually I just love big fancy cell phones you know, but most of the time I use it to make phone calls, how weird isn't it?) and not as my laptop, I have other things that I use the phone for, but if tomorrow my phone breaks or gets lost my life won't end, looks like yours ended when you bought the DX, I'm sorry that happened to you.

 

And yeah, looks like you don't know too much about hardware and software, DX and D2 are not the same, even if they look the same, the don't have the same processor, the screen is different, keyboard, etc etc... the real story is that developing and testing software isn't an easy thing to do, it's just a bug in this or that, yeah sounds easy, do you know how much effort is required to fix it? do you know what it takes to test it?

 

But your excuse about flash is a nice excuse, I should look a way to use it and blame the phone for something I didn't do

 

If you're still on your 30 days to return the phone, go and get a Droid 2 and enjoy Flash in BETA, I really doubt Droid X will get the update in the next couple days as promised, I hope I'm mistaken, and btw, after you get 2.2 please don't come back whining about how Flash is making crash your phone or how pages are not rendering correctly, because BETA = lots and lots of bugs and this time is not VZW or Motorola's fault, go to the Adobe forums and demand a fix there

 

BTW, did you know that the iPhone doesn't has Flash? unless you jailbreak it and install an app intended to emulate Flash, but won't work 100% of the times

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

SBacklin
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Before you go on some tantrum on someone....know what you're talking about. Flash 10.1 for mobile has been out of beta for a little over a month now.

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

djtonic
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i've been running flash on my D1 since July

also currently running flash on my Dx due to the leaked 2.2 for a month now.  Never crashed anything and I use flash a lot.

 

 

And..I agree about not going on a tirade.  The post in question seems to have a legimiate reason for needing Flash Support.

 

My only question is; do you have a laptop?  I assume not if you are relying on flash support on your phone to do school work.

 

Get a pc or a laptop and you'll have a much better experience w/ your school work.

 

Dj.

 

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

gambino37
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I called today at about 2:30pm CST to cancel my Mobile hot spot.  Just for fun I hesitantly asked the rep about the update.  He said it will be out by the end of the week.  He said a notification will be sent out via email....then he went on to say "You know, like a text"  LMAO.  Just thought I would add my experience to the mix.  Update by Friday?  We will see.  That is if Verizon can survive the fire and brimstone raining down on them when it doesnt go live by Wednesday and the angry masses take the first day of fall as a revolution against all things Verizon.

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

graveghoul
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I just loathe the "rooting and unrooting" process. I know it takes less than a minute or fifteen (depending on who's method you use) but it's so mind-numbing. 

Least we have the option, you know?

Anyway, all i really care about is having what they consider a final build and being able to know there wont be an update for a while that i have to worry about and thank god i'm still not on 1.6! Right?

They really should only keep it at a once a year update.

Right about now im just waiting for the update so i can pester one of my favorite Themers to make a theme for it, a custom boot animation and that's all! As far as functionality, my DX runs as fast as it's gonna run and operates how it's gonna operate.

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

hallcp1019
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i like that idea set a date for version updates for all phones every 6 months or so and dont try to fix all the bugs at one time. give us 2.2 and period fixes as needed i think its more annoying to wait months when it is most ilke a tiny problem holding up the upgrade. and why isnt verizon more open about this process they have say on when it goes live and refuse to keep us informed?

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

Chismes
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hallcp1019 wrote:

i like that idea set a date for version updates for all phones every 6 months or so and dont try to fix all the bugs at one time. give us 2.2 and period fixes as needed i think its more annoying to wait months when it is most ilke a tiny problem holding up the upgrade. and why isnt verizon more open about this process they have say on when it goes live and refuse to keep us informed?


That's not going to work at all.  People will cry about the bugs and would want them fixed right away, or complain about the bugs and how come they weren't fixed when the OS update comes. People just don't have patience and when they see someone else get an update regardless of how well it was done they validate their need to have it.   If they actually had the patience and did some homework they would know it's a hit or miss when it comes to updates.  Sometimes giving the time to let them do it right may yeild better results.  Rushing will always reduce quality.

 

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

basspro
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Get your facts straight before putting them out there. They use the exact same processor.

 

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

curtterp
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MC242 wrote:

 

Are you trying to tell us you have NO information about this?

 

 

 

I think we are way past the point of believing that.

 

 

 

Of course you know what's happening, at least be honest and say there is an issue with exchange and the update has been delayed 1-2 weeks, bla bla bla....whatever the real story is.

 

 

 

I do, however, have serious doubts about this since the Droid and Droid 2 both have the 2.2 update. There is no significant difference between the DX and D2 from a hardware standpoint, so what is the REAL issue?

 

 

 

I purchased this phone with the belief that the 2.2 update was only a few weeks away.

 

I need the 2.2 update so I can access flash-enabled sites for work ( I teach online and the course shell uses a lot of flash content).

 

 

 

I'm not just looking for videos on Hulu, the lack of 2.2 is preventing me from using the phone as intended and I am extremely disappointed with Verizon and Motorola.

 

 

 

I never thought I would regret leaving AT&T and my iPhone for the Dx just a few weeks into owning it, but two months later and no update?

 

 

 

Appalling.

 


You should have researched it a little more. When Verizon went public with the X they said that Froyo would be coming late summer. As in the last part of summer. Fall Begins Thursday, so until then, its still late summer.

 

You need flash on your phone to teach. What did you do before you got the DX? Being disappointed in Verizon and Motorola because they are still on their timeline, not yours?

 

You regrest leaving ATT and iPhone? iPhone doesnt run flash either, so who are you kidding? You also could have downloaded Flash beta from the market. That ran on 2.1 (at least it was available for 2.1)

 

There is a Difference between the Droid, Droid 2 and Doid X. There is also a software difference between the three. They have to make sure that Motoblur lite actually works with 2.2.

 

Have a little patience... it will come...

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Re: 2.2 Update Droid X

bosslady85
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Verizon Wireless has begun pushing Android 2.2, Froyo, to the DROID X by Motorola as of 9-22-2010. Customers do not have to wait for the over the air push, they can obtain the official update via the device itself by following these steps: "Menu" > "Settings" > "About Phone" > "System Updates". For more information and step-by-step instructions please visit www.verizonwireless.com/DroidXsupport.

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