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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid MAXX' started by RONL98, Jan 14, 2014.
Its out here on west coast
It's out on every coast. (It doesn't roll out by where you are. It NEVER does.)
Read this on Yahoo News....As for pre-Google Motorola phones, the Droid family (Ultra, Maxx and Mini) all begun receiving the update in December in the US, but the update quickly ran into problems. However this week has seen the updates resume without any problems.
My soak test ended couple days ago. So I guess they figured it's good as it is. Have fun!
I was in the soak as well. Do you occasionally have issues when backing out of an app?
Sent from my Droid Maxx
Depends on the app. My guess is not all apps are up to date to support 4.4. I get random crashes with some that I didn't have problems with on 4.2.
I just backed out of Facebook, and Google Now popped up. I haven't even opened that in days lol
Sent from my Droid Maxx
My wife has that happening to her maxx every so often. It opens up for no apparent reason, guess the conversation we have somehow activates Google now as it never does it in dead quiet.
Droid Maxx community-----I have a question. I have a Note 3 and I am finding that I like the size alot of times but "most" of the time I find it to large. That being said.....is your Droid Maxx stellar with reception? Does foxfi currently work on it? If foxfi works then I can tether to it with my galaxy tab 3 and not have to worry about the losing the screen size of the note 3. opinions please
"Pre-Google Motorola phones"? Glad to see that Yahoo News is on top of the ball. (I've never liked David Pogue from his NY Times days. I actually had a back and forth argument with him about his Quixote-ish quest to call smartphones "app phones" a few years ago. I'm glad to see he dropped that one.)
FoxFi does not currently allow WiFi tethering with KitKat on the Maxx. That issue existed on Jellybean at launch, I believe, and they eventually provided an update that works. Native tethering works fine of you have a plan that allows it, of course.
Reception for me is great. Motorola has always been known for great radios.
Does KitKat cause PdaNet to fail?
I have a stock Droid Maxx running JB 4.2.2 and an unlimited data plan with Verizon. I tether via USB using PdaNet.
And I am not installing KitKat until I know that it won't "break PdaNet".