Droid X 4.5.605 Update Releasing Tomorrow

Droid X 4.5.605 Update

In May, Verizon Wireless released the Gingerbread update for the Droid X that was full of bugs. To fix out these bugs Verizon already released some updates and recently Gingerbread 4.5.602 SBF file was released for the DROID X to overcome the bricked state problem. Still there are many issues that need to address and most prominent among them is the keyboard bug. To get rid of this problem Verizon releasing a 4.5.605 update that will be available for the Droid X owners on September 19th.

The size of new update is 113MB and it will take 20 to 45 minutes to download (depending on your internet speed). The upcoming update will resolve the keyboard issues that owners of the Droid X are facing while typing the text. So just wait for tomorrow to receive the update, hopefully, it might reduce some worries of the Droid X owners.

[via - talkandroid]



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One Response to “Droid X 4.5.605 Update Releasing Tomorrow”

  1. reader2love says:

    I have downloaded this 4.5.605 upgrade but wish I didn’t! I but do not want to install it after realizing it might put me in a place where I can’t get back to the setup I have now. I’m not a technical person but somehow DID manage to follow a youtube video and set up my Droid X to act as a wireless hotspot (I have the “wireless tether” option now” and I’m afraid I won’t be able to figure out how to do it again…), I don’t know whether I am “rooted” or not (I don’t even know what it means to be honest…)

    SO, now that I have downloaded the 4.5.605 upgrade my phone asks if I want to install it twice a day - every time I click “later” but really I want it to stop asking me if I want to install it (I never should have downloaded it in the first place…)

    Any thoughts? Thanks in advance technical folks!!!

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