Still waiting in michigan,,wonder if they have a chocolate version,,i hate vanilla!!!!
Sent from my wicked sharp razr!
I'm not a 100% sure but if you downloaded the soak leak you should be able to update ota if a new version is put out it should update like anyone that was on the soak basically you should be like some of the people that got the soak but didn't sign up for it but anyone can feel free to correct me if I'm wrongOriginally Posted by ndtaylor77
Location, purchase date, plan, length of time being a customer, nor anything else you can think of (outside of signing up to be a potential soak tester) has any bearing on when you will or won't see the update on your RAZR/MAXX. It goes out in waves to random batches of IMEI numbers.
...and no, they don't go in any order with the IMEI numbers...it's random.
Current lineup: Note 3, iPhone 5S, Note 10.1 2014
Previous smartphones: Note 2, Galaxy S3, One X, RAZR MAXX, Galaxy Nexus, Rezound, Note, iPhone 4S, Bionic, Stratosphere, Charge, Vitality, Incredible 2, Thunderbolt, Palm Pixi Plus, Droid 3, Fascinate, Incredible, Droid Pro, Droid 2 Global, Droid X, Droid, Treo Pro, Touch Pro 2, Touch Pro, Q9m, XV6800, XV6900
Previous tablets: iPad Mini, Transformer TF300, Evo View, Transformer Prime, Transformer TF101, Thrive, gTablet
To be honest after reading about Jelly Bean and all the cool features it has I don't care so much about ICS any more...
Loving the RAZR MAXX
Droid X Rooted and Romed
Droid Charge Rooted
I talked to Verizon yesterday about ICS. I was told that everyone would get the update by the end of the week. This was after my first call when I was told that Verizon wasn't sending out the update, "it comes directly from Motorola, Verizon doesn't have anything to do with it." Another fine example of info sharing in Verizon.
The update does come from Moto. Verizon is out of the picture now, it lies in the hands of the developers at Moto to get the update in mass release.
Edit: We've heard so many different stories from Verizon that we could challenge Dr. Seuss in publishings, I think a call to the Moto developers would do more justice than calling VZW tech.