If your Verizon DROID or DROID Eris has been acting up lately, fear not, it looks like Verizon is well aware of all the DROID and DROID Eris' bugs and problems and will address them in an OTA (over-the-air) update on December 11th. Internal documents suggest that a slew of fixes are coming, both hardware and software related. Our eyes have narrowed in on the DROID's "camera auto-focus sometimes never autofocusing issue" and we're hoping the firmware fix will help improve the DROID's middling camera.
We'd like to know if any users are experiencing problems with their DROID or DROID Eris. Let us know in the comments For what it's worth, our DROID hasn't really had that many problems.
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