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Motorola Devour graced with update, bug fixes are the main story

Chris Ziegler

Alright, Devour users, we know the very first thing you want to know is whether this is Android 2.1 we're dealing with here -- and sadly, the answer to that is a forlorn "no." That said, it looks like this update is going to tidy up a whole bunch of stuff for you with improved call performance, better UI response time, stability enhancements, a handful of minor email tweaks, better audio over headsets, and updated Google apps. As usual, Verizon and Motorola are rolling out this OTA in phases, so if you haven't gotten it yet, just hang tight and see what the Firmware Fairy brings you over the next few days.

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