Droid OTA Update Last Night?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by elleirdad, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. elleirdad

    elleirdad Member
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    Was there a stealth OTA Motorla Droid update last night?

    I woke up this morning to find my Droid turned off while sitting in the multimedia dock. The power was drained ... despite the fact that it was powered from the wall. At first, I thought I was careless and that the system drained.

    However, after turning it on, I received a phone call and the screen had changed! Note how the answer buttons have arrows that go up and down. (Although, you still slide horizontally.)

    I was hoping this was a sign of 2.1. However, it still says firmware version 2.0.1. Build is ESD56 and Kernel 2.6.29.

    Does anyone know about this stealth update?

    (I also posted at d r o i d s t o r y | everything android? all the time.)
     

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  2. FoFa

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    Just checked mine, and when receiving a call, the slide answer buttons are different, like yours but the rounded parts is facing each other and the arrows point towards the center of the screen.
     
  3. DroidJnkie

    DroidJnkie Well-Known Member
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    very strange. . . I just checked mine, and they are two circles with no arrows at all. I
     
  4. elleirdad

    elleirdad Member
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    Mine was like FoFa's yesterday. Now they point up and down. Strange.
     
  5. mrthundercleese

    mrthundercleese Well-Known Member
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    I've seen nothing of the sort.

    People have been having this problem for a while though. Search around a bit.
     
  6. sensesfail99

    sensesfail99 Well-Known Member
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    have you all fell victim to verizon wireless?!?! MWAHAHAHAHA
     

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