Motorola Droid X

Motorola Droid X Heading to India, Will Lose Droid X Branding

Rumor has it that the Droid X, manufactured by Motorola and currently available on the Verizon network in the United States, is heading to India. But, as anyone might expect, there's going to be a couple of changes before the device can land in retail shelves in that neck of the woods. Namely, it has everything to do with the name. Unfortunately, folks in India can't get the Droid X title, as that's Verizon's marketing.

Motorola Droid X Receiving Update to Android 2.2.1 in the Near Future?

For quite a few people out there, the update to Android 2.2 wasn't as silky smooth as Motorola probably had hoped it would be, so it's no surprise that Motorola would be pushing hard to get another update to the handsets out there in the wild, hoping to fix plenty of bugs that people report every day. If this new image is any indicator, then it looks like the update is coming soon.

Robotic Snowman Shows Off the Droid 2 and Droid X for Verizon [Video]

You're probably well aware of this, but we're just about ready to kick off the holiday shopping season. With that in mind, this new commercial, which is airing now on television, shouldn't be all that terrifying anymore. But, if you've got a natural fear of snowmen coming to life, you might want to shy away from this video, which is embedded after the break.

Droid X 2.2 Update, Where Is It?

We are well aware that a bunch of you are waiting for your Droid X Froyo update, and you are thinking any day now that it will be available. Well at the soonest, it looks like it will be another 2 to 3 weeks, is the latest rumor that has come across. One of the issues we are hearing is when updating from 2.1 to 2.2 there is an Exchange issue that is wiping the security policies. Seems like a smaller issue to fix and we are counting on them to be able to fix this asap, so the X can be updated along with all the rest of the heavy hitting Android devices. We know it is hard to stay calm, but it is coming and at least we know they are working on it. [via Droid Life]

Droid X Real HDMI App and Birdman ROM

Have a Droid X and want to port your screen over to your 50 inch HDTV with an HDMI cord? Well there is an app called Real HDMI that will allow you to do so. The quality appears to be really good for watching video on your TV. The application is in the Marketplace for is $1.99, and has some limitations, but it is a new app we so will allow room for improvements. If you want to download it, navigate on over with your Android phone and tap on this download link here.

Verizon End of Life Sheet Says Current Droids Fading in 2011

Marking a device for end of life, especially so early, doesn't mean that you shouldn't expect future updates from this point on. As usual, an internal document from any company is meant to stay internal, so if you think just because your Droid Incredible is listed here it means it's over and done with, no worries. You've still got some time.

Motorola Updates Android Upgrade Timeline

Each time Motorola updates their Android upgrade timeline, it manages to make headlines. Not surprising, considering that every time it happens, something interesting changes. This time around, though, it takes the cake. Just weeks after we reported that Motorola was still wondering whether or not they'd even take time out of their day to upgrade the Motorola Milestone to Android 2.2, they've now decided to go ahead and do it.

Motorola Droid X Now Features Clockwork Recovery

One feature that wasn't listed with the Droid X, was Clockwork Recovery. Why? Because Motorola doesn't want you to root your phone and do whatever you want to it. They went as far as to add that pesky eFuse aspect, and ever since, folks have been wondering if the Droid X would ever, ever be able to feature custom ROMs. Well, thanks to ridiculously talented developer Koush, we can safely say that the device is one giant leap closer.

Motorola Droid 2: Live Images and First Impressions

The Motorola Droid 2 is one of the most widely leaked devices in recent history, but that's not a bad thing. It built up plenty of anticipation for the device. Which can only go to help the sales of the true successor to the original Droid, which launched late last year, especially considering Verizon is taking a far quieter approach with the release of this device. Pre-orders kicked off today, and it will officially go on sale tomorrow at Verizon locations all over the country. But, we managed to get some hands-on time with the device yesterday, which turned into an impromptu photoshoot (which was taken with the Droid X).
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