Verizon rolling out updates to DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX [No ICS in Sight]
Well la-dee-freakin’-da, eh? Heads up Motorola DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX owners! An update is being pushed out to your devices by Verizon, but don’t go creaming yourself just yet, kiddies — there ain’t no Ice Cream Sandwich at this party, unfortunately. I know. Sad, right?
Even after all that talk about the soak tests that went underway in recent weeks, it looks like you’re still going to have to hold out a bit for that Android 4.0 goodness you’ve waited ever so patiently for since last October when ICS was first announced.
However, you’ll probably want to grab this Gingerbread (Android 2.3) update as soon as possible, as it addresses a number of important issues. You’ll see better battery life, device stability, WiFi improvements, a more accurate 4G LTE meter, and new widgets — we definitely love our widgets, don’t we?
The update is labeled build 6.12.181 and should be available on your device very soon. Of course, you’re always welcome to manually check for the update by checking your Settings > About phone. Make sure to have a WiFi connection handy and a fully-charged battery before downloading.
A big thanks to our friends from Android Community for the heads up on this!