Droid X Gets Better, Already
The Droid X has been out less than a week yet it’s already receiving its first over-the-air software update. Version.1.13.604 is rolling out and it’s not just the initial bug fixes and minor tweaks to address jitters and early complaints. In addition to speeding up apps (Visual Voice Mail, Exchange ActiveSync) and cleaning up aesthetics, the update also provides the new MyVerizon app and new Amazon Kindle apps. Look for the notification on your Droid X over the course of the week. If you need help with the installation, refer to the manual.
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