liwen · Dec 24, 2011 at 04:55 pm

Update For Motorola Droid RAZR And Non-US RAZR Rolling Out

Holiday season is OTA season! Motorola has officially announced an update for the Droid RAZR. The non-US versions, simply known as RAZR, also seem to be getting updates, according to reports in our forums. Even more good news: The update seems to be easily root-able.

Head over to this forum thread to report any issues. Full changelog below.

Data

  • Improved 4G data connectivity
  • Eliminated false SIM error messages
  • Improved performance for transition between 3G and 4G connections
  • Improved maintenance of network connection upon completion of a voice call
  • Enhanced Wi-Fi performance

Camera

  • Enhanced camera performance

Phone Stability

  • Resolved general stability issues in menu access. Browser, Phone Dialer, video playback and music player reducing Force Close errors and lockups.

Other

  • Improved readability for Lapdock™ email, SMS and social networking user interface menu items
  • Updated group message notifications

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Jimmy McGee · Mar 3, 2015 at 06:00 am · 1 comment

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Google Announces Plans for Projects Titan, Loon and Link

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