Droid X getting Android 2.2 update September 22

Verizon continues rolling out Froyo updates to its line of Android phones. This time it's the Droid X's turn.

Motorola Droid X
Motorola Droid X Sarah Tew/CNEt

Verizon just sent us a quick note to announce that it will begin rolling out Android 2.2 to the Motorola Droid X starting tomorrow. The Froyo update will be pushed out over the air, but users can also download it manually by going to Menu > Settings > About Phone > System Updates.

With the update, you'll get such new features as Flash Player 10.1, automatic app updates, as well as improvements to the 3G Mobile Hotspot application and Google Maps, among other things.

A full list of enhancements and step-by-step download instructions are available from Verizon's support site. Let us know how it goes, Droid X owners.

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