Discussion in 'Droid RAZR M' started by lwags67, Apr 23, 2013.
Motorola DROID RAZR M Android 4.1.2 update rolling out today | Android Community
Been rolling out for a few days now but thanks! It improves the camera, wifi connection and a few other things.
"Improved Wifi performance and a whole host of bugfixes packed into a small update
This isn't the big Android 4.2 update you may have been hoping for on your Droid RAZR M, but an 80MB update containing a good number of improvements is hitting devices starting today. The update to software version 98.15.66.XT907.Verizon.en.US brings fixes and improvements across the board:
* Improved Wi-Fi connectivity
* Voice volume has been improved at set level
* Camera improvements in touch-to-focus, notifications and low light performance
* In-call audio is routed to ear piece while connected to headset has been improved
* Video streaming pixelation has been improved
* Support for Mobile Device Management has been improved
* Media sync with Back Up Assistant Plus has been improved
* Visual Voicemail connectivity improvements have been made
The update will be coming OTA (Over The Air) and can be prompted to download by checking manually in the phone's settings, or received later when pushed to the phone."
Saw that. Usually manually check for updates periodically. But it showed up OTA.
Has this been confirmed to keep root. Also, I have not yet unlocked my boot loader but want to do so. Is this still possible with 4.1.2?
Oooo the WiFi part has me the most excited!
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OTA 4.1.2 just hit Seattle area this morning (installed w/o a hitch). Appreciate this Forums attention to posting info (thx bigbadwulf for your copied info, saves us from having to research on the go). Thx Tapatalk too for making things EZ.
Regards to the forum,
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so... my root is safe, and my camera and wifi get a boost? or my phone bricks and i switch to land line??
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So... this patch break WiFi for anyone else? I've tried to turn It on but it won't even initialize
im too nervous to try..
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Indoor pics are waaaaaaaay better. Did hear of one other on another site that had problems with WiFi. Might have been you though?
Not on another site but I did post on another thread
The OTA will remove your root, but keep your bootloader unlocked.
You can easily root again via Motochopper. You can still unlock your bootloader after the OTA using Motopocolypse, as well (How I did mine).
Anyone else getting constant reboots after the update?
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