News by Dan Seifert on Monday April 25, 2011.
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Motorola is pushing out a software update to its Droid Pro Android smartphone on Verizon Wireless. The update offers a number of fixes, including increased levels of data encryption for enterprise users.
Unfortunately, the update does not bring the Android 2.2 Froyo handset into the 2.3 Gingerbread world, but it does add data encryption for the built-in storage and the SD card. Moto has also improved Exchange ActiveSync support for email and calendar, as well as improved VPN support. Users should also see improvements to voice quality on calls and overall application stability and performance improvements. Motorola has included the latest version of Google's apps to boot, if you haven't updated them manually already.
The update is being pushed to Droid Pro users in phases, and will be downloadable and installable over-the-air. Users should receive notifications on their phones when the update is ready. [Motorola via Twitter]
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