Google’s latest update for its Android operating system called Froyo has become hot issue lately and this update is finally leaked. This update is designed for Android-based cell phone but currently it will only be available for Motorola Droid. Surely, Froyo 2.2 offers some significant update for your Motorola Droid and you shouldn’t wait any longer for OTA download because you can download it manually. The total time needed to update your Motorola Droid is approximately 10 minutes only, so this should be easy to carry out. Therefore, to smooth your effort in updating the cell phone, here are simple instructions to follow.
The instruction gives two basic steps, the first one is by using computer to download the system file from the internet and then install it to your Droid device, whereas the second one is to do the direct download through the device which means no computer needed. Since the easiest method is the latter, you will be guided to update your Motorola Droid straight from the device.
To carry out the direct update, you should download the system file and install it onto a microSD card which has been inserted to the device. Continue the step by rebooting the Droid in recovery mode and installing the update of Android 2.2 boot file, and reboot the device one more time. For further assistance, there are some links that provide you the proper tools.
Currently, this update will be compatible just for Motorola Droid and the device users should have a stock of version on Android 2.1 on the Droid system. Additionally, it is reported that if you install Froyo through custom ROM will cause your device to work improperly.
Particularly there are some updated features come in Android 2.2 such as the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 included in the Web Browsing, new security options over the device lock and wipe, password minimum length and complexity, verbal instructions through Bluetooth, LED-flash camera for video recording, more camcorder functions to direct upload to YouTube or MMS, faster-loading Java Script that contains of heavy pages, 270 degree-enabled-rotation screen, and improved audio quality.
Other details of updates include the easy synchronization of email exchange between cell phone and your email account as well as the automatic recipient address completion, calendar exchange, the possibility to activate the Voice-to-Text feature as you are rotating the Motorola Droid from portrait to landscape, a huge number of emails exchange, the simultaneously use of Music Player and Visual Voicemail, and many more. Indeed, Android 2.2 update will improve your Droid device’s speed significantly.