An image leaked yesterday of Android 2.2 running on Droid X, and like I alwas say, yes, it could be fake but you never know if it realyl is an actual one.
It is rumoured that Droid X will be getting a Froyo update by next week. No confirmations yet from Motorola.
It’s just been a few days since Motorola Droid X was launched and it was already rooted a few days after that. Well, if you thought that was difficult to perform, here’s a new simple method to root Droid X with a very simple app.
Droid X Root is a small Windows app that roots Droid X and can also unroot it if you want.
First the release of the Droid X made breaking news over the web and smartphone following media, and immediately after that, the scores of problems, most notably screen issues made it to the headlines with the Droid X. Several people claimed to face problem of flickering and banding with the new Droid Xâ€™s touchscreen (some even uploaded videos on YouTube to prove the problem they had). The situation was becoming gloomy for both Motorola and Verizon Wireless after they had enjoyed a great few days of the release of the smartphone with nearly all stores out of stock and devoid of Droid X.
Motorola got a lifeline in the smartphone industry when its latest smartphone, the Droid X received a huge ovation on its release date and had overwhelming sales on its initial days of release. Online stores such as Best Buy and Verizon Wireless (the official carrier of Moto Droid X) reported stock shortages because of the huge demand of the smartphone following its launch in the US smartphone market.
We already know that Motorolaâ€™s upcoming smartphone, Motorola Droid X, will be out by the end of this year and rumors suggest that it will be powered by Android 2.2 Froyo. There is good news for all those fans that are eagerly waiting for Motorola Droid X and that is, it will come with support for Adobe Flash 10.1.