Might the wait for the Droid X to officially get Android 2.2 finally be over? Verizon has updated its update pdf (which you see here), so we may finally (finally!) be close, folks.
There's nothing too terribly surprising in the documentation -- Adobe Flash Player 10.1, screen rotation, automatic app updates -- the usual stuff for Froyo. But there also are improvements to the data connection and 3G mobile hotspot, as well as Verizon's visual voice mail.
So hang in there, folks. Can't be long now (yeah, we actually just said that out loud). In the meantime, swing by the Droid X Froyo update waiting room to see who gets it first. [Verizon via cron912 in the Android Central Forums]
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