News by Brian James Kirk on Thursday December 10, 2009.
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Verizon Motorola DROID users are starting to receive an over-the-air update that brings Android 2.0.1 firmware to their devices, as we reported on our sister site Android Authority.
The update includes general stability and battery life improvements, along with several other important fixes. Audio for incoming calls and for Bluetooth headsets has been improved. The update also includes fixes for the phone's camera autofocus feature and fixes some reception issues.
In related news, Verizon's DROID ERIS is also receiving an over-the-air firmware update. Several functionality issues have been addressed, call reception has been improved, network switching from 2G to 3G is fixed, and more. A full list is available at the Verizon website.
Brian James Kirk
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