Verizon OTA fix coming to address DROID photography woes

Chris Davies - Dec 4, 2009

The Motorola DROID‘s bizarre date-related camera bug will apparently be addressed “within the coming weeks” according to Verizon, who are promising an over-the-air (OTA) firmware update that will prevent the cyclical “bad autofocus” issue from reoccurring.  The new software will also improve voice call quality, something the DROID didn’t have too much difficulty with in the first place.

There’s no specific release date for the OTA update, but Verizon don’t have long before the DROID goes into its next phase of fuzzy-autofocus.  Apparently the bug means the phone has 24.5 days of solid performance followed by 24.5 days of poor photography; the “bad” phase is set to kick off on December 11th.

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