Google's Android 2.2 adds a great deal of new features to the Verizon-Motorola smartphone, but it is also adding a few headaches.
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In the few weeks since Motorola and Verizon started pushing Android 2.2 out to the Droid X, users have noticed issues plaguing their phones. The problems, which range from Wi-Fi connectivity and media issues to a constant reboot loop, don't appear to be affecting everyone, but Motorola's support forum has a thread dedicated to the bugs.
The handset maker is working on an update, though it doesn't have a time frame as to when it will be released. Although a bullet point list with the most common issues exists, Motorola does recognize that it as not a complete listing.
If you own a Motorola Droid X and are experiencing a less than stellar phone, now that you have Android 2.2, you're not alone. Motorola suggests that you sign up for its support forum to keep up-to-date with the latest news, as it pertains to the Droid X issues.