Verizon Wireless has begun pushing a software update to the DROID X by Motorola today. The update includes enhancements to Visual Voice Mail, Exchange ActiveSync and more. Customers have the option of downloading the update themselves by selecting Menu > Settings > About Phone > System Update. Here are the detailed info on what the update brings:
+ Preloaded Madden NFL football game. + Preloaded Adobe Flash Player 10.1. + Preloaded MyVerizon application (v5). + Added Data Widget to home panel. + Improved Android OS Froyo stability .
+ Improvements to Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync: ? Enhancements to corporate email sync and push stop. ? PIN lock timeout now follows the server?s settings. ? Enhancements to SMTP authentication. + Improvements to Visual Voice Mail: ? ?Failed delivery to? message displays correctly when messages can?t be sent. ? Audio routes correctly to speaker, even when connected to a mono Bluetooth headset.
+ Other improvements: ? Device now supports MP3 media files after MR2 update. ? Music Play now runs smoothly and without lock-ups. ? Weather widget stays with assigned location updates, not current location. ? ?Smart Profile: Face Down? feature will not permanently disable the phone?s ringer. ? Enhanced audio sync when playing high quality WMV videos. ? Improved video playback. ? Clearer colors assigned to soft keys in applications such as Google Maps.