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Motorola Bravo's Froyo update delayed on the cusp of its release?

A little bit of bad news for those of you with a Motorola Bravo -- looks like external testing for an update to Android 2.2 Froyo was about to begin (according to a post this week in Moto's support forums (opens in new tab)). But the screen shot we were just sent certainly makes it look like that update (or possibly a separate update) might have been delayed.

The Bravo, as you'll recall, is a mid-level device on AT&T (see our hands-on) announced last fall at CTIA. It's got a 3.7-inch WGVA touchscreen, 2GB of ROM, a 3MP camera and ye olde Motoblur.

If indeed it's the Froyo update that's been delayed, here's hoping for a speedy re-release. Submitted via the Android Central App

  • Never heard of it but I did see a moto flipout for the first time yesterday.... ....... all I could do was laugh.
  • That message is definitely from the att web portal. You can see at the top of the message above where it says author "MyCSP" in blue. MyCSP is a website for att employees. Thanks again att. :(
  • this is how moto always starts off when they don't plan on issuing an upgrade. just ask the cliq xt owners. not that it really matters though as i doubt this phone sold very well. which is probably the reason it won' be upgraded.