The Motorola XPRT, that BlackBerry-like keyboard phone on Sprint, has finally made its move to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Along with bumping up to the next platform version, the update brings a decent grouping of bug fixes for the device:
- Email User Interface fixes.
- Contact User Interface fixes.
- UXD fix to color backgrounds (remove red).
- Fix the ability to use Bluetooth car kits.
- Improve EAS GAL (Global Address List) Search.
- Improve EAS First Sync timing.
- Fix Forward / Reply markers to original email. (this is if you reply or forward an email from your phone, it would not display in your EAS email account.)
- SMS fix when using () in SMS body.
- Bluetooth toasts when syncing contacts improved.
The latest software version, 4.5.1-110-kns-46, is available now and your device should prompt you to update. If you haven't been updated yet, a quick trip to Settings > About phone > System updates should remedy that. As far as Ice Cream Sandwich goes, we think this is probably the end of the road for updates on the XPRT.
Source: Sprint Support
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