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Discussion in 'Droid RAZR HD' started by needadroid, Mar 22, 2013.
What was this update supposed to do??
I dunno, saw it too this morning. I will just Google it, would be nice if they actually told you what it was for...
"A new update has been approved by Verizon for the Motorola . Once updated, the phone will be running build 9.16.6. The update introduces a security fix (be careful rooted users), but improves WiFi connectivity, camera, in-call audio, video streaming, and media sync..."
Found it on another forum..... we will now have 4.1.2 instead of 4.1.1
LOL, "fix" the camera??
Its exclusively for our phones, the HD or HD MAXX only. The M doesnt get it... nor do any other phones running 4.1.1 with system version: 9.1.41
Here is the link:
Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update for Motorola Droid Razr HD XT926
When my update popped up, there was a link to the "Release Notes" in the box. Didn't you all get that?
I installed it. Its doesn't do Jack. Dont hold your breath. I would not have downloaded it if I had known how absolutely useless it is and makes no difference in anything. In fact I would not be surprised if it installed spyware.
It's the same android version that the Razr and Razr Maxx received about two weeks ago. It doesn't surprise me that they pushed it out to the HD version to keep them all the same. It changes the camera a little bit and some security updates. Nothing that mose folks would notice at all in everyday use. They probably found some glitches in the accidental release of JB to to the Razr folks at Christmas and since they included a fix for those in the 4.1.2 version, decided to push it out to the HD users.
... Of course it didn't install spyware. As mentioned its mainly a security update.
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Yes, when the RAZR series updated to jelly bean they received .2 from the get go.
If it's not HD it might as well be a newspaper.
My browser and internet was being super slow. And Verizon told me that this update would fix that and it did. No problems now
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Well, if it helped you with all those issues you were having then good!
For me, I notice nothing.