Indian Moto Milestone users get software update

21 Jul

Motorola has released a software update for Indian users of its Milestone phone. No, it is not the much-anticipated update to Froyo (Android 2.2), but more of a bug-cleaning exercise. It seems pretty much the same update that was released for European users a couple of weeks ago. Among the things it fixes are random power cycling (turning on and off, in simple English), force closes, accidental starting of music in the music player (quite a pain, really!), and choppy audio experienced by some users. There are also improvements to proximity sensors and the My Location feature. The update is around 32 MB – a bit stiff to download over the air (we used Wi-Fi) on EDGE/GPRS, but we do think that our Milestone is running a lot smoother since we got it.
To get the update on your Milestone, just head to Settings, select About Phone, and finally, select System Updates. On the other hand, if you have Auto System Update enabled on your device, you must already have been advised to download the update. Get it, is our recommendation. It will not change the way your phone looks, but it definitely makes it run a lot smoother. And in these resource-crunched times, surely that counts for something. We would like some Frozen Yoghurt served up next, Moto.

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