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DROID MAXX, ULTRA, and Mini Receiving Android 4.4 Kit Kat Update Starting Today

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After a brief discussion over a soak test of Android 4.4 “Kit Kat” for the new DROID family of phones (DROID MAXX, ULTRA, and Mini), Verizon and Motorola have gone ahead and made the update official for everyone. But even though the update is official and rolling out starting today, it’ll be happening in phases, so don’t expect that you will all be able to pull it. With that said, here are the dirty details of the update. 

For each device, you are looking at a final software version of 19.5.3.

Since the update jumps you up to Kit Kat, you get all that (well, most of) Google gave us weeks ago during the Nexus 5 launch, outside of the Kit Kat smart dialer and the Google Experience Launcher. So you are looking at Immersive mode, full color emoji support, stronger security, smarter power use, SMS and MMS together through Hangouts, and more. To see the run-down on Kit Kat features, check out our highlight post.

The update is more than just Kit Kat though, as Motorola included new camera software to improve your photo experience, FitBit support, a big update to DROID Zap (v2.0), and a whole boatload of updated bloatware.

The full changelog can be found below:

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Video overview of Kit Kat:

Via:  Verizon Support [2] | @VZWNews
Cheers Tom, Kevin, Jared, Ed, Ed, Rooster, P, J, C, and everyone else!
  • Michael Evans

    Can I keep ROOT and WiFi tether exploit??????

    • mcdonsco

      No, it resets entitlement check back to 1

      Need root again!

  • TC Infantino

    I got the soak test update this afternoon. I haven’t had a chance to fully check it out yet. I am interested to see if I notice a difference in the camera.

    • needa

      same camera as the app update a few weeks ago that gave us a moving focus thingy.

  • Guest

    I haven’t gotten it either

  • Shadowhawk64

    STILL haven’t gotten the update. Anyone else?

  • Jonathan P

    I have a Droid MAXX, I am not rooted. The update failed and bricked my phone and now I have to deal with Verizon and Motorola customer service to try and get a new one when all they want to send me is a “like new” phone.

  • Arnoldo Lazaro Rivera

    where are the droidz? …. waiting!

  • Randy Rowland

    someone post up the zip!

  • jamaall

    Buggyy

    • needa

      yeppers. i told everyone i knew to stay on 4.2.2 for as long as possible. eventually though… you will get used to the bugs.

  • Stevennnnnnnnn

    Fitbit support?! Awesome!

  • traumadog

    Biggest gripe I have with 4.4 right now is that it doesn’t work with any corporate MS Exchange’s encryption requirements.

  • Sean Plantz

    sweet :) update went flawless.

  • droidrazredge

    Kit Kat OEM Carrier Update within the 2 month time-frame of it being released.
    +1 Motorola
    -1 Samsung, LG, HTC

    Motorola and Verizon are on fire for actually doing what everyone said they couldn’t/wouldn’t be able to do.

  • Anon

    Before getting the update today, my MAXX started behaving strangely. Then I rebooted, and got a “Database Upgraded” message. Now I’m getting this dreaded message:

    “UID’s on the system are inconsistent. you need to wipe your data partition or your device will be unstable”

    I got the Kit Kat upgrade, but I’m reasonably sure it had something to do with this. I’m backing up my phone to the cloud as we speak prior to a complete FDR.

    • Anon

      I should also mention my MAXX is seriously unstable at the moment. All sorts of things are working erraticaly (SMS, reboots if I attempt to do too much, reluctance to power down, reluctance to enter recovery mode). I hope an FDR will help –and I hope that once it has, my restore goes well.

      • anon

        Update: the FDR resolved my issues, though having to reconfigure everything was lousy. Still, thankful that I didn’t get stuck deeper like some.

  • http://facebook.com/nyvz9lyvz Jamison Harvey

    Does anyone have the update file?

  • teevirus

    I am wising for a quick and smooth roll out so they can get to the Droid Razr HD and HD Maxx. Of course my contract is up in February.

  • Brian

    No white status bar icons?? The transparency looks like crap with the blue icons.

    • George Davis

      It doesn’t look that bad to me. One perk is that Percent Enabler is visible all the time, since it’s white text on the blue battery icon background. (For those that don’t know, KitKat disables the ability of third-party apps from reading the battery stats, so GSAM Battery Monitor for example no longer works. Percent Enabler is a workaround that uses a system setting to display the battery percentage on top of the battery icon, but on the Moto X for example you can’t read it unless the battery is below 50% because it’s white-on-white.)

  • Elwin Gill

    On my MAXX, the Kit Kat Easter Egg pops up an “S” that spins when touched different from the “1” that is in the video above… cool. Then it changed to the red Kit Kat screen…

    • Elwin Gill

      took a screen shot…

      Cheers!!!

    • George Davis

      I’m getting the same. I assume the “1” on the Moto X referred to the fact that it was the first non-Nexus device to get KitKat, but I wonder what the “S” refers to?

      • Raikou

        Satisfy

      • bored_guest

        Second?

      • TC Infantino

        Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious?

      • Solid

        Hopefully not SOAK

  • MotoGuy

    This update breaks the entitlement check. I need to see if anyone knows if the moto x root method will work on this phone. I am assuming it will, but not willing to test that theory against me daily driver…

  • George Davis

    Just got the update. Confirmed it’s 4.4, but oddly the notification bar is not transparent and the icons up there are still blue. It also doesn’t implement the Roboto Narrow or new app draw icon in the launcher. Fortunately I use Nova Launcher so I can still get those, and now I can get the transparent bar via Nova as well. One advantage of the blue icons is that Percent Enabler is visible all the time, since it’s white text on top of the blue battery icon. Interesting.

  • Brian Kircher

    Question, does the google dialer exist as a standalone apk that I can download and sideload on my Maxx??

  • Pakmann2k

    Installing as I type this.

    • Tyler Bowden

      Were you rooted before updating?

      • Pakmann2k

        Nope.

        Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID

    • katie

      how long did the update take your phone?

    • Matthew Swanson

      I still don’t have the update…. I’m stuck at 4.2.2 or whatever it was… ugh!

      • Pakmann2k

        They stopped the update. Guess there were problems and some phones were bricked.

        • Matthew Swanson

          Wish Verizon or Motorola would issue a statement with a revised date for the re-release…..

  • SparkysShocker

    +1 for Fitbit support
    and for Motorola and Verizon actually doing what everyone said they couldn’t/wouldn’t. I am so happy I picked up the Maxx even if it lags a few weeks behind the X, at least I’m not waiting into next year for a hopeful update to KitKat

  • psykick5

    No smart dialer? Awesome, let’s not have one of the most useful features of Kit Kat.

    • SparkysShocker

      This has been know for a awhile that it is a nexus exclusive for the time being

      • Shane Redman

        Read an article on Android Police that if you’re rooted and on 4.4 you can get the smart dialer

      • Manthas

        Except that that isn’t true; the Moto X got the smart dialer, so it’s a little odd that they would leave it out of the 2013 Droid line.

  • z32589

    This is a fantastic showing from Motorola and an example of what OEMs should aspire too. Moto’s close relationship with the Google enterprise no doubt has a lot to do with this, but I do think that there is some separation as Dennis Woodside has been claiming all along.
    Motorola is back – great products, great support, and is building a pretty strong brand as well. Every consumer will have their opinions, but if you are an Android enthusiast and can’t break away from your carrier – Motorola devices are for you!

  • Matthew Rose

    I’m pleasantly surprised to not see any complaints that its not 4.4.2 variety of KK!

  • MotoGuy

    My update is downloading right now, as we speak, and but I was supposed to be in on the soak test… I am hoping my wireless tether entitlement check keeps working after this update… holding my breath…

    • Tyler Bowden

      I haven’t received the update yet but that’s what I’m waiting for too. Im rooted but only for native tethering.

    • mcdonsco

      It resets it :-(

  • Justin Bontrager

    And now I hate Samsung and my S4. I want Kit Kat and a Moto X wahhhh.

  • GotSka81

    And yet…no 4.3 update for the Galaxy “Nexus”. As a VZW GN owner and a Nexus 10 owner, I can’t help but feel like the unwanted child of the Google family. Their attitude has consistently been that of “Well, those devices aren’t doing very well, so screw it”. Honestly, I’m not sure I’m interested in getting screwed again.

  • Jamie Gelting

    Downloading mine right now

  • kixofmyg0t

    *Edit Never mind I found my answer.

  • stabone

    This should mean last years Droids are next right? I want my M updated.

    • bionicwaffle

      And really they’re not too different. Last years have a slower GPU but other than that they’re pretty much the same as far as processor type and cores. Chipsets are mostly the same. The new ones have twice the RAM and the M has a qhd display instead of 720p. It may not be too long. I’m really looking forward to KitKat on my Maxx HD. Since KitKat has huge memory optimizations it should run much better on 1GB of RAM than Jelly Bean.

  • NickA

    So does this mean that we HAVE to use Hangouts for SMS/MMS? Or will the stock messenger still be available?

    • bobbyg

      download 8sms

    • bionicwaffle

      I’m just hoping we can change the apps on our lock screen so I don’t need to waste a spot with any SMS app. In fact Hangouts there would be a big improvement for me. Why on earth that wasn’t customizable from the start I really don’t get.

    • middlehead

      Verizon’s SMS app is surprisingly non-asstastic.

    • Jordan Webb

      Stock was still there for me. Disabled now!

  • NeilGeorge

    Anyone know where to get the wallpaper in the picture ? Thanks

    • Brandon Nesky

      download the app, DroidPapers from the Play Store…has a ton of wallpapers from various phones. This one should be on it

      • NeilGeorge

        Thank you!!!

  • Nicker Please

    This makes the Maxx an even more superior phone. Moto/VZ/Google are getting sh*t done. Can’t complain here.

  • AbbyZFresh

    It’s official. I wasn’t sure of Motorola was only doing this for the Moto X only but it seems they’re serious about getting updates on all their phones.

    Once my contract with Samsung is up this summer. I’m throwing it in the bushes and getting the Droid Maxx.

    Take note Android OEMs, Motorola is gonna start stealing some customers back with this rate of updates and innovative phones coming out recently. Especially you Samsung.

    • Jeff Badger

      If your contract is up next summer, you should be able to get the next generation of either the Moto X or the Droid Maxx. You’ll be sitting in pretty good shape.

      • Jason Brown

        lol. that was the exact thing I was thinking

  • Neil Fujiwara

    I am looking forward to the manual settings mode.

  • Jaime Kerr

    Not for those of us who got an email last night saying the response for the Maxx soak test was overwhelming and we were randomly screened out :(

    • Guest

      That’s not what it said. It just said your feedback would be collected by survey instead of on the forums.

    • Mike

      First off, what the other person said was true. You were still scheduled to get the soak test you just weren’t going to be able to access the private forums for support with it.

      Second, this is the official release, not a soak test. All phones whether in the soak test or not will be getting this.

      • Jaime Kerr

        Got me there; totally misread the email. I came across it at 3AM. Valid defense?

        • Mike

          Perfectly valid defense, it happens to all of us!

    • Robert Macri

      The Moto X soak test was too large for the forums… the forums nearly died that day so they ended up skipping the soak for the phone. I guess that is why they only let a subset of people in the Droid soak into the forums.

    • Manthas

      Soooooo other people getting the update at the same time as you somehow negates your ability to download, use, and enjoy the update? That’s sad.

  • Thomas O’Brien

    LG…where is our update on the G2!?!?!?!

    • Kevin

      apparently korea gets in by year end, and everyone else hopefully in Q1. we will see how that goes.

      • Thomas O’Brien

        Hate to be pessimistic, but with LG, I’ll believe it when I see it…

        It’s a shame bc the hardware on it is a beast

        • Kevin

          i hear ya. the phone as-is doesn’t bother me at all, but i just want the latest and greatest like most of us here haha.

  • LTEasy

    HOW IS THE DROID MAXXX GOING TO GET 4.4 BEFORE THE LG G2???!

    • mustbepbs

      LG G2 is “early 2014″

      Good luck with that.

      • Thomas O’Brien

        As a G2 owner…we’re getting screwed by LG…

        • bionicwaffle

          Wow, they’re going to focus on TVs? I missed that. I mean, they do have great TVs but as much attention as Google has given them with Nexus devices I’m surprised they’re not trying to beef up their Android division.

    • hfoster52

      Look at all the other phones LG put out and how those are updated. Unless its their nexus line you will have to sit tight.

    • LiterofCola

      That’s why I’d never get an LG

    • bionicwaffle

      I think it’s because Moto is working directly with Google and they both wanted the Moto X updated very quickly. It just so happens that the Moto X is almost identical as far as chipsets and other hardware goes to the Droid Mini, Droid Ultra, and Droid Maxx. It’s only logical that those are getting it so fast.

      • Weber

        Not to mention the near-stock Android that comes with the new Motos. When they added almost all of their apps to the Play Store, that eased up on the time it takes to update the OS.

      • middlehead

        No, it’s because the LG G2 is LG. I really like their phones and both of my smartphones have been LGs, but I don’t think I can justify buying them again. Only ever getting one major update and getting it 6 months to a year later than it should is just not acceptable.

      • dreeemer

        Actually, Google owns Motorola….

    • Tyler

      The reason is because Motorola has modularized their smartphone os. They don’t need to bug test the apps as much because they can just push an update in the playstore at any time. And with stock android they don’t have to apply their skin atop of the new version of android. In short they have a lot less work to do with each update.

    • MikeKorby

      Because Google owns Motorola Mobility.

    • dreeemer

      Motorola is now owned by Google. Plus, a near stock (nexus) like interface puts it on the update fast track.

  • Jonathan Bunch

    Good for moto!

  • Tyler Bowden

    Anyone know what the root situation is on this update yet?

    • fd2blk78

      Beat me to it. Rooted the after camera update way, (restoring recovery with houseofmoto etc). I figure I will just wait to take the update till I see something here. Or will voodoo ota root keeper work? (is that even an option on this phone?)

    • Lucky Armpit

      Was thinking the same thing. Think I’ll wait until I hear what the root situation is (the latest update did NOT break the original JCase root method) before I accept the update. Want to be able to freeze the latest round of bloat with TiBu. Not happy that we don’t get the Smart Dialer; hopefully Google will release it to us soon.

  • MichaelFranz

    I dont think its pushing today. The soak hasnt even started yet. Im part of it. The soak is starting today and they intend to run it through the weekend. So unless VZW is doing something without Moto, then who knows. We should get the soak today and begin testing things out.

    • ConroeEd

      I think they canceled the soak test. Their twitters are saying it is for everyone.

      • MichaelFranz

        the soak forum isnt saying that. At least no one form Moto on it has confirmed.

        • ConroeEd
          • MichaelFranz

            I’m not doubting you. I just know what i have read in the private soak test forum. Maybe verizon marketing team or whomever is in charge of this jumped the gun, possible maybe. I’m just saying that with moto devices usually the soak test runs first then the update at least a day or 2 later. From what The Moto forum manager said, He said they plan on running the soak at least through the weekend.

          • ConroeEd

            Or maybe VZW was satisfied with their internal testing and is sending it out.

          • Adrynalyne

            The last soak test started the same day as it rolled out for everyone anyway.

          • theycallmerayj

            Agreed. Moto X soak and full roll out were within a day or two of each other if I remember correctly.

          • Cael

            Why do you think they are releasing it in phases?

          • MichaelFranz

            Phases is probably the best way anyway. I work in a software enivronment and our fixes get pushe dout through customers in phases. usually a few pilots then a bigger chunk then finally everyone.

            With lets say 100,000 people on these devices (obviously more but just for numbers sake) the soak might do maybe 2-3% at which point they get feedback and fix any show stopping bugs that might be reported. Then the phases start at which point maybe they push to 10%, make sure there arent many failures. They then will push they a higher percentage and finally finishing rolling out.

            It makes sense to do it this way rather then shotgun it all out at once and risk missing something in QA testing and causing something catostrophic where a vulnerability is exposed or something is broken.

  • Ej McCarty

    I seriously cannot stand seeing posts about anything to do with moto because godzilla aka bionic comes on here and just acts like he knows everything and says that he told you about this 2 years ago. Everything about that person irks me to death. He needs to leave and never return becaue I’m positive I’m not the only one who feels this way.

    • Godzilla

      Whatever man. I stopped posting future phone stuff because of all the negativity. I tried to offer an explanation about one little thing and you jump all over me about it. You can believe what you want. Tell ya what, you ignore me and ill ignore you. Problem solved.

      • Ej McCarty

        I like messing with you. It’s too much fun for me.

  • Boss As Hell

    This is amazing on Verizon/Motos part. Remember when Motorola devices(besides D1) were terrible with Blur and updates? They have really stepped up their game and are redeeming themselves from those years of crap. Hope it comes through on my wife’s Maxx soon.

    • Matthew Swanson

      I actually liked the MotoBlur interface back in the day… Always thought it was one of the better skins.

  • Mike

    Any idea when kitkat is coming to the Razr Maxx HD????

    • steve0617

      Gotta be by mid January, wouldn’t you think? Given the spread between KK relreased, then the Moto X getting the upgrade then today with the current Maxx. All about three weeks apart or so, right?

      • Mike

        That would be nice! Motorola and vzw are updating to kitkat quicker than usual which is nice.

  • mustbepbs

    If Moto can get their updates on this many phones through Verizon, that just goes to show that OEMs are at fault and not the carriers.

    • ConroeEd

      Easy. Other OEM’s have a heavily skinned version of Android.

      • mustbepbs

        That’s beside the point. Everyone throws sh** at Verizon for slowing updates when it’s clear that if the OEM wanted the update pushed to consumers they’d do it like Moto has.

        • Mark2134

          Good point

        • ConroeEd

          True, but other OEM’s still dont even have their overseas phones updated to KitKat and aren’t planning until next year. Having a skin on Android slows it down.

          • mustbepbs

            It’s not that it’s slowing them down, they just want people to purchase new phones.

          • subiedude85

            Agreed, and in all actuality the greedy buggers are probably shooting themselves in the foot and would be better off updating quicker and gain a better fan base.

        • tech247

          Not buying it. I still firmly believe it is Verizon’s fault for the slow updates. Several times in the past, OEMs have indicated that they are ready but Verizon’s “famed” testing was to blame for the delay. Remeber the GNEX? It was definitely ready but Verizon made us wait through several versions on before finally updating it. This Motorola case is an exception as they are now a Google company and probably because they threatened Verizon with something. After all, for a time there, Motorola was almost viewed as Verizon,s phone bitch and all they made were Droid phones for Big Red and pretty much nothing else for any other US carrier.

          • mustbepbs

            I’m sure Verizon wouldn’t mind Samsung making DROID phones.

          • Justin Bontrager

            Droid Charge? Yeah….

          • mustbepbs

            If Google/Moto said bye, I mean.

          • j

            Droid CHARGE

      • Godzilla

        this is also true

      • Cael

        That’s still the OEM’s fault and not the carrier’s.

    • Godzilla

      not in all cases. Trust me on this, there were MAJOR negotiations between google and verizon regarding the X and updates. Notice how I said google and not moto.

      • Adrynalyne

        Sorry, won’t be trusting you on this.

        The same would have happened for the Gnex were that the case.

        • Godzilla

          relationships were totally different back then. Not only that but Samsung isnt owned by google.

          • Adrynalyne

            Doesn’t matter because the updates didn’t come from Samsung.

          • Godzilla

            It matters

          • Adrynalyne

            Someone who constantly gets their predictions wrong is not someone I will take as an authority on such matters.

        • j

          This is true. Negotiations were had, and Verizon allowed early updates through a modified testing process. Just like they did with the iPhone (eventually).

      • mustbepbs

        Yeah I trust you like I trust Bionic.

        • Godzilla

          Seriously? You have to go there with it? I try to offer an explanation and you respond with hostility.

          • mustbepbs

            lol hostility. I don’t trust anyone’s word in a comment section when it comes to stuff like this. It’s nothing personal.

          • Godzilla

            You still worded it as if it was meant to be a slap to my face. I thought we were cool man.

          • EC8CH

            But what if I told you it was per Sarge???????

          • mustbepbs

            Oh well that’s different!

          • Godzilla

            seriously? you to? I thought we were all past insulting each other on here

          • Ej McCarty

            I could never be aboving the chance to insult you Bionic.

          • Ej McCarty

            Then obviously I’d believe ever word coming out of your mouth… duhhh. /s

          • Ej McCarty

            You should make it personal with this fool.

          • Ej McCarty

            Because no one likes you and your self taught knowledge.

        • Ej McCarty

          lol i seriously cannot stand that man. or man with titties whichever that one may be

    • Adrynalyne

      If you look at the compile dates for these OTAs, they are usually a week old, so in part it is, because they are failing tests.

  • colebear

    Also they just reduced the non-contract price of the Droid Maxx to $449. Will be picking one up this weekend.

    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/device/smartphone/droid-maxx?bundled=y&selectedContractTerm=2

    I don’t get why this phone doesn’t get enough love when it’s objectively superior to all other moto devices.

    • EC8CH

      Because it’s a carrier branded device and all which that implies.

      • trixnkix637

        ^ this.. I also didn’t like the look of the Maxx. But I agree specs wise, it’s the best of the Moto’s. But for me the X gave me all I needed. Except wireless charging :(

    • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

      That’s cheaper than the Moto X!

    • LiterofCola

      Woohoo!

    • hfoster52

      It’s branded Moto X with a bigger battery and different outside. Not a bad off contract price.

    • Grayson Carr

      I think you mean subjectively. It’s not a matter of fact. It’s a matter of opinion. Some people still prefer the Moto X because it’s customizable, easier to use one handed, has higher pixel density, less Verizon bloat, and gets updated quicker. The Maxx has the whole huge battery thing going for it, yes, but that isn’t everything to everyone.

      • colebear

        No, objectively, as in specifications and features. Namely those against the moto x which has nearly the same specs except these items:

        Display: 5″ v 4.7″
        Battery: 3500mah v 2200mah
        And the lack of wireless charging for the moto x

        My argument is that it seems that people are preferring subjective features such as the color of the phone or lack of face buttons over the obvious hard line specifications. And of course this argument refers only to Verizon customers.

        • Grayson Carr

          Um, objectively, the screen on Moto X has higher pixel density. Objectively, the Moto X is more compact and easier to use with one hand.

          • colebear

            Phone size is a subjective measure not objective, as people prefer different sizes of phones as they do colors. The screen density vs size is almost a wash since you’re taking either getting 22PPI or 0.3 inches.

            If you then consider all other factors the same, that leaves you with a better battery and wireless charging over the moto x.

          • Grayson Carr

            And slower updates and a phone that’s harder to use one handed. Different strokes for different folks. If the Maxx was better in every way, no one would buy the Moto X on Verizon. It’s better in some ways, worse in others. Which one is better to you depends completely on your priorities.

          • Lucky Armpit

            And tell me, at a distance of about a foot (how far most people hold their phones from their faces), can you honestly tell the difference between 316 PPI and 294 PPI, which is 22 pixels? The answer is no, you can’t.

          • Grayson Carr

            I thought we were talking objectively here. A better spec is a better spec objectively. And yes, I can tell that the Droid Ultra is a little less sharp than the Moto X when I look at it.

        • LiterofCola

          Bingo

  • Nexus_FrEak

    Motorola is making ish happen!

  • Godzilla

    I will say it again. Ball is in your court Samsung.

    • T4rd

      No OEM is going to be able to keep up with Moto as far as keeping their phones updated. Moto doesn’t have a crapload of bloat that it has to rigorously test to ensure it’s compatible with the update like Samsung, HTC and LG do. But fortunately, that’s what the GPE phones are available for.

      • Godzilla

        You are actually probably correct on this. Being owned by google and having a very light weight skin is going to help a lot.

        • ConroeEd

          Being owned by Google has nothing to do with this. They have been owned by google for over a year now. They are two separate companies.

          • Godzilla

            That is what they want you to think

          • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

            Sarge told me the latter

    • Ej McCarty

      I despise everything you say and do on these forums. Your life is a joke to me Bionic.

      • Godzilla

        ok

      • T4rd

        Wait.. Godzilla is Bionic? Why the name change?

        • Ej McCarty

          Because he tried to trick everyone since people couldn’t stand Bionic, but then he wasn’t smart about it and starting posting using godzilla the day that bionic disappeared.

      • Mark2134

        Easy now…….

    • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

      You aren’t always right, Bionic.

      • Godzilla

        No, the information i forward to you guys is NOT always right. Things change, decisions are made and then changed again.

        • Ej McCarty

          good excuse bro. and I think you meant to say “NOT EVER RIGHT”.

  • Mark2134

    Cuz we all need moar VZW navigator

    • Godzilla

      ugh, that crap was horrible

      • Khary Anderson

        is* horrible

    • hfoster52

      Droid Life should do a poll on who uses that instead of Maps.

      • Cael

        It wouldn’t be possible to take that poll seriously. lol

        • Adrynalyne

          It would be rather one-sided.