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Motorola Droid 4 Getting Soak Test Invites – No KitKat On Board – Android Headlines

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Oh how we desired a “soak tests” when we still had my Droid Bionic – a anticipation, a believe that we were a tester and receiving a program before a masses, a feedback, and afterwards a recover to everybody, meditative that we had some tiny partial in it all – it was all so exciting. Thanks to a friends during Droid Life, one of a latest soakers let them know that a Droid 4 was receiving such a soak exam for a new program update…but do not get too excited, since it positively is not Android 4.4 KitKat, though simply an refurbish to Android 4.1.2, that a device appears to be staying on. Below is a duplicate of a “invite” from Motorola, sent out to a select, non-rooting, group:

Droid 4 Invite

Back in August 2012, a Droid 4 perceived a 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) refurbish and afterwards in March of this year, a Droid 4 perceived a Android 4.1 Jelly Bean refurbish that authorised a Droid 4 to use Google Now, stretched a notifications, introduced “Project Butter,” Voice searches, combined ‘Smart Keyboard” and combined enhancements to Motorola’s tradition UI, MotoBlur.

Motorola’s website says that a Droid 4 will stay during Android 4.1.2, so what competence this refurbish include? Probably a few bug fixes, maybe increasing connectivity, positively some some-more bloatware, and many approaching neglected Verizon apps. We will know some-more once a refurbish is done central and a changelog is issued, substantially someday subsequent week as Motorola seems to like to do a soak tests on a Thursday or Friday, exam over a weekend, and afterwards recover to everybody early a subsequent week.

If we still possess a Motorola Droid 4, expelled roughly dual years ago, afterwards we should be comparatively happy about a approach both Verizon and Motorola have treated your device. No, we will not be removing Android KitKat 4.4, though that is to be approaching from a device’s age – it took 6 months to get ICS, and another 7 months to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and another 4 months for an refurbish to 4.1.2. Not bad times when we cruise that we have both Verizon and Motorola to understanding with…although destiny Motorola buyers should accept that “special” Google diagnosis in a future.

Let us know on a Google+ Page if we are in a soak exam and how it went – we comprehend that we are not authorised to give out specifics – though if we notice any improvements. We would adore to hear from you, as would a Droid 4 readers!

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