The Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless will be getting an over-the-air update to Firmware 2.0.1 within the month and some users have reported that the software have been pushed out to their devices already. Among some of the bug fixes and updates, the Droid seems to be performing a bit zippier for me. Here are some of the issues that 2.0.1 resolves:
-OS stability is improved.
-Battery life is improved.
-Enhancements for three-way calling.
-Audio for incoming calls is improved.
-When receiving a call on call waiting, the speakerphone now remains on.
-Bluetooth functionality is improved; background echo is eliminated. Improved Bluetooth phone book transfer of contacts to in-vehicle Bluetooth solutions.
-After closing a GPS application, the GPS icon will now automatically be removed from the notification panel.
-Users can now receive SMS and MMS messages after an EMS message is received.
-SMS and MMS may now be sent to seven-digit addresses.
-Google contact merging has been updated to accommodate seven-digit numbers.
-Visual Voice Mail notices now arrive instantaneously.
-The corporate calendar widget user interface is updated.
Additionally, the lock screen has been changed slightly.