Motorola DROID X was released in 2010 in summer. And now they have launched software to fix bug of any kind in the phone.
The users of the Motorola DX can have that software through the manual method or they will receive the update message from the company.
A few of the new improvement included in the 4.5.621.MB810 build include: enhanced browser security, good memory handling, camera settings, WAV support in Visual Voice Mail, better Apps to SD support, and bug fixes for the update process itself.
Further it includes 3G hotspot, music app, and power management. If any one is a big fan of Motorola’s docks then he will be happy to know that the DX now shuts off its button lights, making it a much more efficient night table alarm clock.
The DROID X is still burdened with a locked bootloader thanks to Verizon’s policies, so if any one wants to secure software, Gingerbread is about as far as you can go. There are recoveries and ROMs available.