The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish for a Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX on Verizon have been a churned bag during best, with copiousness of users reporting fortitude issues, ubiquitous weirdness and drastically reduced battery life after requesting a update.
These issues are apparently prevalent adequate that Motorola and Verizon are formulation to emanate a bug repair refurbish someday subsequent month, and we now see a rather clearer calendar for a new program package.
GottaBeMobile cited a source as observant that a soak exam for a bug repair refurbish will hurl out within 3 weeks, coinciding with a rumored start of a initial open exam for a Motorola Droid Bionic’s Android 4.0 update.
If true, and if no additional bugs are unclosed during a soak test, Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX owners could have a glossy new firmware that should hopefully be some-more fast than a one expelled by Motorola and Verizon late final month.
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While waiting, owners of these smartphones could try wiping a cache to get absolved of a fortitude issues. It is believed that a Ice Cream Sandwich build that was expelled in June didn’t scrupulously transparent a cache, and it’s all this junk information that are presumably causing a issues.
To request a fix, users have to go into a liberation menu by going into liberation mode and wiping a cache assign from there. However, owners have reported churned formula from this solution: while some pronounced their problems were privileged up, others claimed that a resolution usually temporarily private a symptoms.
Regardless, we should get some-more news about a bug repair refurbish once they start removing to comparison users’ Droids.
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