Remember that Android 4.0.4 firmware soak exam for a Droid 4 we told we Motorola was scheming for last week? Apparently Verizon has now given a blessing for a update, that means that those who have purebred for a soak exam should be removing a presentation refurbish today.
Upon installing chronicle 6.16.217 of a new firmware on your Motorola Droid 4, you’ll be bringing your phone that most closer to a latest Android OS. Here’s a full change record that Verizon has posted on a website:
With a soak exam finally being rolled out, it shouldn’t take prolonged before a ICS ascent for Motorola Droid 4 turn accessible for a ubiquitous public. We could be saying ICS entrance to your handset as early as a finish of a week if a soak exam goes but a hitch.
Any soak tester for a ICS refurbish out there to share a experience?
SOURCES Droid Life
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