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What was wrong with the camera to begin with?
Ok so WHEN?
Why would they not give a time frame, I know some updates from these companies (moto) have taken 6 Months + to fix issues with their V750... for example. The camera issue should be a simple patch they can apply, who knows...
As I just picked up a Moto Droid and am experiencing the audio problems (clipping, echo). I'd like the update sooner rather than later.
But the 11th is still within my 30 day trail case the update doesn't fix the audio issues...