DROID Pro Christmas Update, Better Sounding Calls, Fixes Bugs


Just in time for Christmas, Motorola released an update for their DROID Pro. The update is primarily just a bug-fix release, but it does some improvements, too.

According to the changelog this update provides:

– Improved audio on voice calls

– Improved stability and performance

– User interface display now refreshes when user switches from GSM/UMTS communication to Global Mode

– Device now prepends 011 to Country Code to send SMS messages

– Global Mode no longer resets when connecting to a USB charger

– Visual Voice Mail now detects airplane mode while Wi-Fi is active

– Prompt return to full screen brightness after wake-up

– Upgraded Bluetooth firmware

– Improved interoperability with Microsoft Internet Application Gateway (IAG) configurations

– Device string format for Exchange changed to include device name and version number

– Upgrade to Google applications Release 7

– Reduced user interface lock-ups


The update reportedly is not coming down automatically, you have to help it a long just a bit. To do so, tap Menu, Settings, About Phone, System Updates, which should start the manual update.

Source: Android Central

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