With Verizon’s approval of Jelly Bean for the DROID RAZR M, Motorola has gone ahead and uploaded a series of videos to show off some of the new features. We mentioned in our earlier writeup that Google Now, improved Google Search, and advanced notifications are a part of the update, all of which can be seen below. Motorola also included a video of the new Google Search compared to Apple’s Siri. And if you missed it, we posted a similar video a few weeks ago.
This morning, we mentioned that the DROID RAZR M soak test had begun through Motorola and that it was indeed Jelly Bean (Android 4.1). Moments ago, Verizon also approved the update as build 98.12.4, which means it should start rolling out to all RAZR M owners over the next week or so. In fact, Verizon says it will start rolling out today, “in phases.” Typically when we see these support docs go live, the update arrives in no time.
Motorola has approved the Jelly Bean update for the DROID RAZR M, this morning. The build number is 98.12.4, so it’s slightly newer than the version that leaked a few weeks back. It’s rolling out to soak testers now, however, if the test goes well, all RAZR M owners could see it soon. (more…)
This morning, Motorola’s forum manager Matt, has started the process of sending out the invites to their feedback community for a soak test that will take place for the DROID RAZR M. Motorola did say that by the end of the year, their new lineup of RAZR devices would be sporting Jelly Bean. Could this be it? It seems a bit early, but this is a “new” Motorola that is promising quicker updates. (more…)
The new line of RAZR phones from Motorola have all been rooted today, thanks to Dan Rosenberg, aka @djrbliss. That includes the DROID RAZR M and yep, the RAZR HD. While we still need someone to confirm this method gaining root on the RAZR HD, you can see from my picture that it most certainly roots the RAZR M. Dan mentions that this method should work on the Atrix HD, Photon Q, and Razr i, as well. (more…)
With Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.1) now out in the wild for the DROID RAZR M, we figured it wouldn’t be proper if we didn’t take it for a spin. So in the video below, we look at some of the major JB features to make sure they are all there. You know, like Google Now, new notifications, etc. Sure enough, they are. Take a look! (more…)
The first Jelly Bean build for Motorola’s new lineup of RAZRs has leaked this weekend, and the DROD RAZR M is the beneficiary (Blur version 98.11.35). As you can probably guess, this is a first build and probably not the OTA update that this device will eventually see, so if you would like to flash it, just understand that there is a chance that you will be stuck on this build. At this time, there are not fastboot files available for the RAZR M, so again, if you jump to this, be prepared to be there for a while.
With that said, you do not need to be rooted to do this. You can flash this update right over top of your current 77.111.10 Android 4.0.4 build, hence the name of the file. (more…)
Aren’t interested in paying $549 for the developer edition of the DROID RAZR M, but still want one since it’s the first Motorola device with an unlockable bootloader in years? Then think about entering Moto’s new Twitter contest. According to a recent Tweet, Motorola has five RAZR Ms to give away, and all you have to do to enter is follow them and then Tweet your reason for wanting one, along with the hashtag #UnlockRAZRM.
Via: Twitter | Contest Rules