06
Jun
New Motorola Droid Unofficial Froyo (2.2) Update Supports WiFi And Overclocking

My Droid World is on a roll! Yesterday they brought us a working Froyo update for Motorola Droid but it came with a serious omission - WiFi was not included.

After taking a breather, a few hours later they produced another version, this time with support for WiFi and overclocking.

There are a number of download options, varying in the CPU frequency hardcoded into the kernel - from 800 MHz to 1250 MHz, so grab the one you want and see if it's stable enough (I promise you - it will be FAST). If the one you grabbed is not stable, grab one with a lower frequency, and rinse and repeat until it all works well.

So read our notes on the original release and then head over to this My Droid World post for download links and community feedback.

Update [6/6/10]: there is now a great set of noob-friendly instructions over here.

New Motorola Droid Unofficial Froyo (2.2) Update Supports WiFi And Overclocking

Source: My Droid World forums

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  • Amir

    Is it applicable to milestone?

  • Josh

    Droid isn't rooted could I still get it? M

  • adam baker

    Flash working somewhat at least? Also will this work on the milestone?

  • http://DroidupdateforMotorola Robert Hefner

    I would like the update now.I have no way to figure this out. Please release upgrade so we can all have it.What is the hold UP?
    My Motorola Droid is the only computer I have.