The Motorola XPRT, that BlackBerry-like keyboard phone on Sprint, has finally made its move to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Along with bumping up to the next platform version, the update brings a decent grouping of bug fixes for the device:
Email User Interface fixes.
Contact User Interface fixes.
UXD fix to color backgrounds (remove red).
Fix the ability to use Bluetooth car kits.
Improve EAS GAL (Global Address List) Search.
Improve EAS First Sync timing.
Fix Forward / Reply markers to original email. (this is if you reply or forward an email from your phone, it would not display in your EAS email account.)
SMS fix when using () in SMS body.
Bluetooth toasts when syncing contacts improved.
The latest software version, 4.5.1-110-kns-46, is available now and your device should prompt you to update. If you haven't been updated yet, a quick trip to Settings > About phone > System updates should remedy that. As far as Ice Cream Sandwich goes, we think this is probably the end of the road for updates on the XPRT.