Verizon brings Android 2.1 to Motorola Droid users

Verizon announces Android 2.1 for Motorola Droid owners. “A limited rollout has already been started, and most customers should see update starting April 1st. It's an over-the-air release, so don't worry about having to download and install it manually. Make sure you keep your battery at over 40%, though, because Verizon says that the OTA […]

Verizon announces Android 2.1 for Motorola Droid owners. “A limited rollout has already been started, and most customers should see update starting April 1st. It's an over-the-air release, so don't worry about having to download and install it manually. Make sure you keep your battery at over 40%, though, because Verizon says that the OTA update won't go through if you don't have enough juice. Finally, Droid owners will get their goodies including Yahoo! Mail integration, Pinch-to-Zoom, the new Gallery app, and speech-to-text features. In an internal email picked up by Engadget, Verizon outlines a rollout schedule that includes around 10,000 Droids so far, with another 200,000 slated to get the update on April 1st. This email comes after a series of setbacks with the release. In fact, the release date was still listed as "TBA" just a couple of days ago.