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    Jelly Bean Update?

    I have been looking online and I can't find anything about whether or not Razr Maxx will be getting Jelly Bean. Everything is for the new razr phones. Anyone know if we are supposed to get it, and if we are is there anything that hints as to when?
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    Yes the Maxx is getting the Jelly Bean update.

    In late October 2012, Motorola officially confirmed that its original Droid Razr Maxx phone would receive an upgrade to Android 4.1. Thus far, the company hasn't provided any specific information as to when the upgrade could occur.
    As for a date... who the **** knows.

    https://forums.motorola.com/pages/00add97d6c
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    Quote Originally Posted by Likwid_E View Post
    Yes the Maxx is getting the Jelly Bean update.



    As for a date... who the **** knows.

    https://forums.motorola.com/pages/00add97d6c
    Just a suggestion. They really need a topic with a Sticky of that link. That might cut out a lot of "When is ICS/JellyBean/JellyBean #2 happening??" threads.

    In case you're not informed, JellyBean #2 is Android 4.2, also called JellyBean, for now, last I heard.
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    Yes, we are supposed to be getting Jelly Bean, but when, nobody is sure. Even when we knew that we would be getting ICS, there never really was a carved in stone date. Best estimates from what I have been reading is sometime in the first half of next year.

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    Jelly Bean for Razr Maxx

    Quote Originally Posted by YellowJacket View Post
    Yes, we are supposed to be getting Jelly Bean, but when, nobody is sure. Even when we knew that we would be getting ICS, there never really was a carved in stone date. Best estimates from what I have been reading is sometime in the first half of next year.

    David
    If the upgrade to Jelly Bean is rolling out now for the Razr M, I can't imagine how the rest of the Razr family can be far behind. I assume they all look the same operationally so I would think the same build would work on all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckr01

    If the upgrade to Jelly Bean is rolling out now for the Razr M, I can't imagine how the rest of the Razr family can be far behind. I assume they all look the same operationally so I would think the same build would work on all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by virgil71468

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    A Droid m Tom.will not work on a Droid razr. Its not like the the razr and Max.

    Droid m jelly.bean in out already anyway. Razr and Max will get it in 2013
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    Re: Jelly Bean Update?

    Quote Originally Posted by nonnasmyladie View Post
    A Droid m Tom.will not work on a Droid razr. Its not like the the razr and Max.

    Droid m jelly.bean in out already anyway. Razr and Max will get it in 2013
    Not sure that is correct. On one of our sister sites they state that it does work, but there is some concern if you can get back to stock.
    I'm not brave enough to try but people have and said it worked.

    http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...26verizonenus/

    My worry is I've updated to .215 and I hope that doesn't stop me receiving the OTA when ever it comes around.



    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
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    Re: Jelly Bean Update?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnytheK View Post
    Not sure that is correct. On one of our sister sites they state that it does work, but there is some concern if you can get back to stock.
    I'm not brave enough to try but people have and said it worked.

    http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/to...26verizonenus/

    My worry is I've updated to .215 and I hope that doesn't stop me receiving the OTA when ever it comes around.



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    Update to .215 does take you off the upgrade path, but you simply need to flash back to .211 to get back on. I actually did this to be sure and out went of without a hitch.

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    Re: Jelly Bean Update?

    Quote Originally Posted by FoxKat View Post
    Update to .215 does take you off the upgrade path, but you simply need to flash back to .211 to get back on. I actually did this to be sure and out went of without a hitch.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
    Thanks Foxcat you da man. Is it difficult to flash back to. 211? The help post for 215 made it very easy.

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