There’s a new update that just been pushed out for original DROID RAZR, DROID MAXX and DROID 4 users, although sadly it isn’t the Android 4.4 update (KitKat) you’ve been waiting for. In fact, this one is simply a maintenance update, which will fix a few bugs and not a lot else. For now, you’re stuck on Android 4.1.
We’ve got the details thanks to Motorola’s support website, and the update which is catchily named 98.72.165.XT912.Verizon.en.US has only two lines in its changelog. The update fixes a bug that could appear when roaming on Telus’ network in Canada specifically, and another that causes a data roaming warning to appear when it’s not needed. Useful fixes, but mostly unexciting.
The OTA is rolling out now to all users, so you can check for it manually using the About Phone menu, should you be that worried about grabbing these fixes. No file size is mentioned, but if it’s anything over 20MB we’d be surprised.
If you’ve spotted anything else, let us know.
Release Notes – Software Update for Droid RAZR / Droid RAZR MAXX
We are rolling out a new software update for Verizon users with RAZR / RAZR MAXX by Motorola. With this upgrade we have fixed a few bugs reported for this device. For more information on Motorola updates and repairs, visit us at motorola.com/mydroidrazr.
NOTE: You cannot downgrade to a previous software version after installing this update.
This software update is for all Verizon users with RAZR / RAZR MAXX by Motorola. After installing the software update you will notice some bug fixes, including:
Canada Roaming bug fix – Fixed a bug that could cause data connectivity issues while roaming in Canada on Telus GSM and UMTS networks.
Bug Fix for extended networks – Fixed a bug that could cause a data roaming warning to appear while connecting to extended networks (e.g. Alaska).