Motorola Droid Receiving OTA Update

An Over-The-Air update was released to Motorola Droid owners last night. While the update won’t allow Droid owners  to experience all the goodness that is Android 2.1 just yet, it will allow users to update their Facebook pages.  Apparently, many Droid owners were experiencing a data corruption issue when updating their status on the Droid.  This OTA update sets out to fix this.   If you’ve been experiencing problems with Facebook on your Motorola Droid, this should do the trick. I should also note that it will not change the version number.   Next up: Android 2.1!

Source: UberGizmo

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  1. Steve
    January 20, 21:30 Reply

    Looks like they're not updating everyone at once like the last one. I'm still at 2.0.1.

  2. pasq
    January 20, 22:47 Reply

    I callef VZW they deny all knowledge of an OTA.Why would they deny an OTA if they were the one's pushing it out. I think your reporting is faulty

  3. notpasq
    January 21, 05:05 Reply


    Hey, dumbass, Google releases the OTA update, and it was silent.

    • @pasqdonato
      January 22, 19:35 Reply

      looks like you're the dumbass! Androidguys just confirmed I was right. Idiot!

  4. kellex
    January 21, 05:57 Reply

    Still finding it weird that we haven't seen an actual announcement from Verizon on this OTA update. A 61MB file is pretty significant to not even garner a press release. I guess that 2.1 update better be here Friday like we are expecting. :)

  5. Jeremy Ashburn
    January 21, 14:06 Reply

    I wonder if you can go to a website and manually download this update. Anybody know about that possibility?

  6. Guest
    January 21, 20:39 Reply

    If its a silent update that doesn't change the version number, then how the heck are you supposed to know whether you've already received it?

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  8. lopenator
    February 22, 06:19 Reply

    maybe its all bullshit and were not gonna get it

  9. Greg
    October 15, 22:49 Reply

    Its good for me that I did not get that droid phone. Its not really reliable, as you are telling.

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