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Official Gingerbread Software Update: Droid 2 Global by Motorola

http://support.vzw.com/system_update..._2_global.html

YOUR DROID 2 GLOBAL BY MOTOROLA
JUST GOT EVEN BETTER.

Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a new software update, Version.4.5.600.A956.Verizon.en.US,
for your Droid 2 Global by Motorola. This update provides several improvements for your device, as
well as upgrading to the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System (OS).
Droid 2 Global by Motorola
SOFTWARE UPDATE


****Lastest update 10/12/11:
Everything must be squared away now, as the new build of 4.5.608 has been approved and should be made available shortly. Normally when these support documents arrive, the update shows up within a week or so.

Letter from Motorola:
10/12/11:
Hi.

"I want to thank you for providing feedback on the Droid 2 Global Gingerbread upgrade. The feedback from Motorola Feedback Network members helped us identify a serious issue and stop the general distribution of the software before a larger number of owners were impacted. I want to personally thank you for your contribution -- it is just this kind of thing that demonstrates the value of this group.

Now we've put in the needed changes to eliminate this single serious issue and we're ready to resume the rollout. Because you provided feedback before, we will include you in the initial push and ask again for your feedback.

We will not do a private community as we think we understand the strengths and gaps of this software based on our first soak. I will be sending a survey -- maybe two -- to make sure that you are able to update, and to see that the encryption issue that caused us to delay has truly been addressed.

Expect the push of a new load tomorrow. You should see no change in how the device operates overall -- unless you encountered the encryption issue. That should disappear.

I will send out a survey tomorrow -- in the event that you have any update problems, use that to let me know.

Again, many thanks for participating in the Motorola Feedback Network. You are really making a difference.

Regards,

- Matt
Motorola Feedback Network
Motorola Owners' Forum"


If you were rooted and have errors installing the Ota you may want to go back to complete stock by following these instructions:
BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR INSTALL, YOUR BATTERY MUST BE FULLY CHARGED

Use at your own risk MyDroidWorld and Team Black Hat assume no liability for what you may do to your device

2.4.29 SBF Download - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MD5K1YY8

2.4.29 SBF Download - https://rapidshare.com/#!download|0l...%28e029a7af%29


SBF File md5sum = 389acd9eb74a4f2c2ca2b8a08e9ab502


RSDlite 4.9- http://www.mediafire.com/?ufxs9lft9q2xwnu

If you are not familiar on how to use RSDLite here is a brief overview

Method 1: While phone is on
Switch your device to PC mode
Turn on debugging mode (settings>applications>development>debugging mode)
Launch RSDLite (make sure device appears in window)
Select SBF
Start
Device will switch to bootloader and begin the flashing process and will reboot when it is complete.

Method 2: While phone is off
To manually put your device in bootloader mode:
Turn off device
press and hold the up and down volume buttons
power on device (continue to hold the up and down volume buttons)
wala - you are in bootloader mode
Launch RSDLite (make sure device appears in window)
Select SBF
Start
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