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Problems plague Droid X after Froyo update

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.

Motorola Droid X Sarah Tew/CNET

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.