Just When Will Droid X Users Get Froyo? [Updated]

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Just when will Android 2.2 arrive for the Droid X? A recent forum post from a Droid X user claims it's coming sooner than previously thought.

Both the Droid 2 and the original Droid have already received the Android 2.2 update, also known as Froyo. Droid 2 users have been able to enjoy Froyo goodness straight out of the box, and the upgrade for Droid 1 owners arrived earlier this month.

This leaves the Droid X as the only Droid device Froyo-less. TMotorola has gone on record, via a forum post, as stating that the upgrade has been delayed until early September, one forum member over on MyDroidWorld has claimed otherwise.

Forum member P3Droid posted screenshots of a Droid X's System Information page that show the device running Android 2.2. P3Droid also said that the upgrade was less than 24 hours away, but that timeframe is quickly running out.

Translation: Nobody knows when Froyo will actually hit the Droid X. Some rumors mention late summer, others mention this week, whereas some back up the September date.

For those with a Droid X what Froyo feature are you most looking forward to for when it does finally arrive?

Update: That didn't take long! Froyo has leaked out and is now available for the Droid X. The update will work for both rooted and non-rooted Droid X devices. You can find the full details and instructions on how to get Froyo--before it officially lands--over at My Droid World.

[via MyDroidWorld]

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