Droid Pro update gets rolling, features microSD encryption and improvements galore
byZachary Lutz||April 25th 2011 at 9:02amApril 25th 2011 9:02 am
Motorola is now pushing out another update for its business Droid, replete with enhancements for the corporate-types and average joes alike. Among the most significant changes are AES256 encryption for internal storage and microSD cards, plus additional ActiveSync policies and VPN enhancements -- all certain to make your IT admins smile. Improvements don't stop there, with Moto refining voice call quality, stability, performance, and updating the Google apps. Hungry yet? The company says it's rolling out the update in phases, so check your eligibility often, because you may just be among the lucky first wave. Hey, there's nothing like a firmware update to get your week started on a positive note. Follow the source link for a full list of the new goodies.
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