We’ve got some good news and bad news for Motorola DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX owners today. If you are currently taking part in Motorola’s soak test, you will be happy to know that Motorola has started for fire out the Android update. The bad news, it isn’t Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Motorola DROID RAZR & RAZR MAXX soak test isn’t Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
According to the folks over at Droid-Life, “the update rolling out tomorrow will be build 6.12.181 and includes numerous enhancements and bug fixes.” The full list of upgrades are mentioned in the changelog below:
Battery Life: Optimized device performance to extend battery life; MotoCast: Added new MotoCast widget to enable easier access to MotoCast files and implemented several fixes to improve MotoCast performance; Storage: Modified the storage settings screen to clarify total, available, and used storage space; WiFi and Network: Implemented IPV6 support over cellular connection and WiFi to facilitate updated interaction with the network, Corrected 4G coverage indicator to accurately display data connectivity and improved Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity when utilizing WPS security; Visual voicemail: Improved visual voicemail performance with data disabled and visual voicemail notification delivery; Bluetooth: Corrected loud call end and connect tones over Bluetooth; Google Play: Fixed Share app functionality to directs users to the app page in Google Play; Text Messaging: Improved text messaging to ensure timely receiving of texts; Browser: Added easy access to bookmarks through a press and hold on the back key; Security: Enhanced device security preventing unauthorized access of telephony database by 3rd parties and Updated Vcast app with new security enhancements.