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Motorola Re-works Software Update Timeline Site, Fully Commits to Q1 for …

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This morning or late final night, Motorola expelled a new chronicle of their device program refurbish timeline website. In a past, a page was zero some-more than a giant list filled with inclination and scheduled rollout times for updates, though this new chronicle allows we to arrange it by country, conduit and afterwards device. Once a device has been selected, it will tell we a final refurbish that was perceived or if there is a new one entrance in a nearby future. You will also find a integrate to a support page for a device that tells we either or not we are on a latest chronicle of program and provides a changelog. Last, we can sign-up to accept emails notifying we of new program updates. 

The new site isn’t a one page cluster**** as it was in a past, though it does need that we click a integrate of additional links to get where we need to go. Overall, it’s a many improved pattern that in a end, offers we some-more info than we were removing in a past.

On a associated note, a support pages for a strange RAZR and RAZR MAXX now contend that a “expected” rollout of Jelly Bean should start in Q1 of 2013. Motorola had formerly mentioned this on places like Facebook, however, their central timeline never did simulate this timeframe. The prior versions of a refurbish timeline simply pronounced that both inclination would be updated to Jelly Bean, though gave no denote as to when.

Let’s not forget that Moto incidentally pushed a Jelly Bean build to a strange RAZR behind on X-mas Eve. That was clearly an early exam build, though one that seemed sincerely fast for a many part. we don’t know what’s holding them behind from finally pulling it out, though we all know how a program refurbish diversion works when carriers are involved. Q1 does have another month in it, so try to stay patient.

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Also of note, a Motorola PC program was updated this morning. While we frequency use it and am not impossibly capable in a feature-set, there is an choice listed as “Check for device update.” I’ll leave those of we who have used a program some-more than we to endorse either or not this is new. If so, this could radically be another approach for Motorola to get updates to your devices. I’d assume they’ll still need conduit approval, though this could help we skip a watchful line for OTA updates.

Other device news:

  • XOOM LTE still listed as “will be upgraded to Jelly Bean.”
  • XYboards are still underneath examination for Jelly Bean. “Stay tuned for ascent decision” a site reads
  • DROID 4 still says that it “will be upgraded to Jelly Bean.”
  • Bionic still says that it “will be upgraded to Jelly Bean.”

Via:  Motorola

Cheers bakdroid and Howard!


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