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Motorola Droid Bionic ICS Update Gets A Twist, Might Come With Root Check

The volume of press Motorola’s comparison Droid Bionic has perceived recently has not during all helped a device’s already unpalatable picture among Android phone owners. Most recently, tech sites (and device owners) grumbled about a inordinately prolonged time it was holding for Verizon and Motorola to hurl out an refurbish from Android 2.3 Gingerbread to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Up to now, a refurbish hasn’t arrived, and it’s already dual weeks past a latest excusable “early Q3 2012” cutoff. Unfortunately, Droid Bionic users might have some-more difficulty to understanding with, in a form of a new underline to be combined to a ICS update.

It was reported progressing this week that a Droid Bionic ICS refurbish might embody something Motorola calls “root check.” Other ICS updates to embody this underline embody a ones for a Droid RAZR, Droid RAZR MAXX and Droid 4.

Users will see “1/1” if a device is still rooted, “0/0” if it has not been secure during all, and “0/1” if a device might have been secure in a past, yet not during a present. Apart from that, there hasn’t been anything else pronounced about how this underline is ostensible to work.

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This might be a approach for Motorola and Verizon comparison to see if phone owners’ warranties are current or not – if a handset has been rooted, giveaway repairs might not be available. This doesn’t seem to bode good for owners of a Verizon/Motorola Droid Bionic, yet right now it’s too early to tell either Motorola is indeed perplexing to make Droid owners’ lives a small some-more miserable or not.

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