will 2.2 allow the droid x to run stock android?
I am curious to know what 2.2 will do to the UI. I don't really like the way it looks compared to sense or stock 2.2 (as seen on the N1). What are the chances that it will give it the opportunity to turn "blur" off? I am currently using a droidinc and the UI of the X is the only thing holding me back.
- 07-08-2010, 12:38 PM #2
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I think we won't see stock Android appearing on many phones until afer Gingerbread is released. If this can solves the UI issue that most manufacturers have with Android, than this could mean faster updates and less fragmentation since everyone will run vanilla Android. This is all in my hopes and dreams of course.Galaxy Nexus ^_^
I just want the option to turn it off. The white launcher is an eye soar.
- 07-08-2010, 01:40 PM #7
Also, I went into a Verizon store and a Motorola rep had a couple there to play with. I tried asking her this very question but I knew she wouldn't know the answer when I saw that she had to look at her notes to tell me about its specs. If that's all it takes to be a rep I should already be one. My worries about the size of the phone were diminished, but I can't get past the lack luster UI. That being said I will probably snag it July 15th because I have high hopes for its future.
- 07-08-2010, 01:50 PM #9
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"What are the chances that it will give it the opportunity to turn "blur" off?"
If their not allowing you to turn it off in 2.1 I doubt they let you in 2.2 Motorola in the reviews is awfully proud of the interface so I'd say your chance of an option to go stock by clicking a button is .00001%. Will have to do one of the options mentioned above.
Just my .02
- 07-08-2010, 02:49 PM #12