Where is GingerbreadGeneral


  1. Chief7

    Chief7 Well-Known Member

    In the days immediately ahead of the release of the Motorola XPRT for Sprint the media was going nuts about the phone coming with Gingerbread. Well, I HAVE the XPRT and there is NO Gingerbread. Did I miss something? I just did an update and got a patch from Motorola, but no Gingerbread.

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  2. cheech4

    cheech4 Well-Known Member

    i have too and was told the same thing, it you didn't miss anything, it will happen soon.
  3. XPRT

    XPRT Member

    Same boat!
  4. jonhoglund

    jonhoglund Well-Known Member

    I don't have a XPRT but a friend of mine does, i know that the Motorola Pro(VZW) got Gingerbread, and looking at her phone it shows 2.2 but i also noticed that you can alter the size of some widgets from the homescreen, i thought that was from Gingerbread....no?
  5. Thefoodman52

    Thefoodman52 Well-Known Member

    ....no.....

    She might have launcher pro + installed, where you can alter widget sizes. That's just a home launcher specific feature. Unless the system version is 2.3.x, it's not gingerbread.


    Opinion time:
    I personally don't think this or the Moto Pro will get gingerbread. There's not a whole lot they would gain from it. Although, they could just push it out late. This and the pro aren't exactly in their top-advertised lineup.
  6. SteveO_148

    SteveO_148 Active Member

    The resizing of apps is a motoblur thing as well as launcher pro.
  7. cheech4

    cheech4 Well-Known Member

    the Verizon motor droid pro just recently received there gingerbread update, anyone have a clue if sprint will release there's?
  8. Good Feather

    Good Feather New Member

    They need to hurry up. My enterprise tried implementing a password policy and my 2.2.2 phone will not accept the simple password enforcement of this first phase. The next phase will be full enforced device encryption which they say all 2.3.x devices do support from exchange active sync.

    While the XPRT can be set up manually to have a password & be encrypted... systems wants it to be required that I cant take the password on/off or encryption on/off at will. It needs to be set by group policy where they say IT says it was encrypted and password locked so it was good for HIPAA.

    They are urging me to look at getting Touch-down for $20.00 to allow for the password enforcement but when they get to the next phase... Touch-down may or may not work for the device encryption piece. Unsure at this point on that without testing yet.

    I work for IT in a Business HIPAA environment and this is targeted to be a Business phone... yet it doesn't work in our Business environment because Moto/Sprint hasnt updated the Android system software to 2.3 / Gingerbread.
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