Droid's Android 2.1 Update Halted
Mar 19, 2010, 20:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andy Patrizio)
"Motorola's planned rollout of the Android 2.1 operating system
for its popular Droid smartphone has been delayed indefinitely --
with some reports blaming it on the discovery of a serious bug.
"Officially, there is no word from Motorola (NYSE: MOT), and
requests for comment by InternetNews.com were not returned as of
press time. The update was set to begin rolling out in stages to
250,000 users at a time, beginning at noon Eastern time on
Thursday, March 18.
"The mobile blog Boy Genius Report showed a screen shot
purportedly from Verizon Wireless, the exclusive carrier of the
Droid phone, because it reads "Verizon Wireless is pleased to
announce a new software update for the DROID by Motorola."
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