A new news is suggesting that “buggy Motorola Gingerbread” isn’t an removed box only, and Verizon is, according to a report, unfortunate with new Gingerbread updates for Motorola phones regulating on Verizon’s network.
According to CNET quoting a news posted by Droid Life, an unnamed source suggested that Verizon is rejecting all stream Android 2.3 upgrades for Moto’s smartphones since a conduit is receiving a flourishing list of program bugs that includes a unpopular Droid X Gingerbread update, that is according to forum posts, freezes a phone and some even reported “bricked phones.”
But owners already reliable a operative resolution — “factory reset” or restarting a phone and deletion all files. No difference nonetheless if a “No Moto Gingerbread” gossip is true, though Verizon is approaching to sell another Motorola phone shortly that could embody Gingerbread out of a box, a Motorola Droid Bionic.
According to a new news posted by Engadget, a phone made by Motorola has privileged a FCC today, with LTE, EVDO specs included, hinting that a phone is a much-anticipated Motorola Droid Bionic. Apparently, Motorola betrothed a “summer” release, so this new FCC refurbish is many substantially an accurate square of good news.
Sources: CNET, Android Community around Engadget
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