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Jelly Bean refurbish on the approach to Motorola Droid Bionic, starting Monday

Motorola Droid Bionic

We’ve famous for a while now that a Motorola Droid Bionic would eventually be removing an refurbish to Jelly Bean. Now it looks like a time has come. Verizon has now expelled a minute page that lists a refurbish as build series 98.72.22.XT875, that brings with it Android 4.1.2.

Unfortunately, we will still have to wait until Monday before a rollout begins. Like many Verizon rollouts, it might take days or even weeks for a refurbish to strech all Droid Bionic users, though.

So what’s new in a update? Quite a bit actually.

First off, there is a common suspects that embody Google Now, softened notifications, Jelly Beans’ smarter keyboard and Project Butter speed improvements.

Next adult we have Droid Bionic specific changes. This is includes improvements to voice and information connectivity for Back Up Assistan Plus and Visual Voicemail. There also ubiquitous improvements for calander settings and mobile hotspot information is also reportedly softened with this update.

So now we only have to wait by a weekend. Come Monday, if we are propitious a 98.72MB download record will be waiting. For those that positively wish it earlier rather than later, starting Monday we can always navigate to MenuSettingsAbout Phone System to see if we can get a refurbish right away.

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