Software update for Motorola Droid: FRG830 coming in the next few hours
A new firmware update for Motorola Droid will be available in a couple of hours for some lucky owners of the original Droid.
This new FRG830 update for Motorola Droid will bring a lot of new improvements, including an Exchange 2010 support and a new Gmail user interface:
– Updated Twitter application with new authentication support;
– Updated Amazon widget;
– Updated News&Weather widget;
– Improvements to Exchange ActiveSync: Handles server-side inactivity timeouts of 34 minutes or greater, Continues to sync emails after a policy refresh, Support for Exchange 2010 connections.
– Added new Gmail user interface.
This new Android version for Droid, the FRG830, will be available for the moment just for a select group of users, members of the Motorola Feedback Network program.
“Over the next 24 hours, barring last-minute changes, we will begin to distribute the latest Droid software to a select group of owners, and you should expect to be among them. As a Motorola Feedback Network member, you are key to this test.“
On the next few days, after the testing period is over, this new FRG830 software update will be available for all Droid owners.