Verizon’s Droid R2-D2 getting a maintenance update

Verizon's Droid R2-D2 getting a maintenance update

Verizon Wireless announced a new firmware update for the Motorola Droid R2-D2. Software version 4.5.622.A957 brings Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 to the board, packing a number of tweaks and changes including:

  • Enhanced security with DigiNotar security patch.
  • Increased browser cross-application scripting for enhanced multitasking stability.
  • Camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered off.
  • Increased device stability when keypad is opened and closed repeatedly.
  • Improved 3G data connectivity while using the Mobile Hotspot.
  • App shortcuts remain on the home screen after moving them from internal to external memory.
  • VZ Navigator is now updated to version, while V CAST Apps is now updated to version
  • Successfully add application shortcuts or widgets to the home panel without error.
  • Fixed issue where duplicate text and multimedia messages were being received.
  • Improved ability to access and receive Gmail messages when the Mobile Hotspot is turned on.
  • Improved syncing with Yahoo! email.
  • Forwarded emails will no longer remain in the outbox when Smart Forwarding is enabled.

And you can get all the details from this page at Verizon’s website (PDF file).

  • “Contact groups now sort correctly?”
    It may be just my opinion, but a few of those fixes read like they should have came out a month after release. It’s just sad.


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