Verizon Wireless Brings Update For Droid X

Verizon Wireless has finally rolled out the much warranted operating system update to the Droid X smartphone.

Android version 2.2, codenamed Froyo, has been released by network carrier Verizon for its Android based smartphone, Motorola’s Droid X. The OS update was initially made available over the air by Verizon Wireless on Wednesday when it went live at 12 pm ET.

Users can begin the software update by simply going to menu>Settings>About Phone>System Updates, to lay hands on the instructions posted by Verizon.

The OS update is expected to bring Adobe’s Flash 10.1 player, support for quick apps switch, automatic updates for applications, the ability to turn into a Wi-Fi hotspot, and enhanced speed for web pages that run javascript.

Verizon began to ship Droid X integrated with Android 2.1 on July 15 on a two year contract for $200. HTC’s Evo 4G has already received the Froyo update from Sprint Nextel.