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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean makes it to Motorola DROID RAZR M

09 November, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean makes it to Motorola DROID RAZR M - read the full textMotorola’s frameless screen sporting DROID RAZR M for Verizon Wireless has begun receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean over-the-air. The update has hit the baby RAZR right in line with Motorola’s promise at its launch for a timeline before the end of the year. The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update...


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  • 2012-11-13 19:11
  • 0Bhv

> In reply to Marco @ 2012-11-12 10:57 from 5i4e - click to readWhen I first got my Milestone 1, I played with it a lot and charged twice a day.

So the batttery would last about 2 years even with 1000 charges? Not to mention sometimes I don't fully charge in my the trip may not be long enough for a full charge, would that count as one time as well?

Another example, if you go hiking, and you just realized the phone's battery is dead. Would it be easier to replace a fully charged battery or use a mobile charger and "wait" for the phone to be charged up?

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  • 2012-11-12 14:50
  • tdv7

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-11-12 01:15 from vpHZ - click to readElectricity in public hospital is mostly reserved for medical equipment.

And if you ever visit anyone being hospitalized, you may notice some simply tasks, such as plug the charger into the outlet, may prove to be quite difficult.

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  • 2012-11-12 14:47
  • tdv7

> In reply to 100 Moto @ 2012-11-11 16:30 from tdv7 - click to readIncorrect. Average life cycle is 1000 charges. And the battey won't be dead at this point, just reduced in capacity so perhaps you'll have to charge it daily, not every other day after approx 5 years.

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  • 2012-11-12 10:57
  • 5i4e

> In reply to 100 Moto @ 2012-11-11 18:40 from tdv7 - click to readWhy? no electricity in the hospital? just curious..

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  • 2012-11-12 01:15
  • vpHZ

I just thought of another advantage with replaceable battery.

For example, my friend is hospitalized for a few days. With replaceable battery, all I need to do is bring a charged up one when visiting my friend, and take the drained one home to be charged.

For phones like these Android Razr, the only solution is to use an external battery charger, which takes much longer time and not as convenient.

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  • 2012-11-11 18:40
  • tdv7

> In reply to nai97™ @ 2012-11-11 02:01 from 7Xch - click to readMy understaninding the average recharging lifecycle of current phone batteries are around 500 times.

So if I charge my phone everyday, it will last no more than 2 years.

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  • 2012-11-11 16:30
  • tdv7

> In reply to Atrix2 @ 2012-11-11 12:52 from MiAD - click to readI've had JB on my S3 since September...

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  • 2012-11-11 16:29
  • 3xj1

> In reply to milad @ 2012-11-10 20:40 from aqwK - click to readMoto is an American Company. However, I guess their phones may be manufactured elsewhere

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  • 2012-11-11 16:25
  • XNtq

> In reply to Yo ! @ 2012-11-11 07:18 from XuqV - click to readDear YO,
S3 was scheduled for October and S2 is scheduled for November update. But yes most suppliers are very slow on JB update. Motorola has just started improving but just. Recently dropped the A2 from the JB update list thought it has all the right hardware and very fluid and fast on ICS

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  • 2012-11-11 12:52
  • MiAD

don't leave Motorola RAZR behind. :(

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  • 2012-11-11 12:17
  • IVZY

More than a month ago Galaxy S III starts receivng JB update but its previous flagship devices like Galaxy S II & Galaxy Note N7000 which are still selling like hot cakes still did not get JB update.
Shame on currently world's number 1 mobile manufacture company SAMSUNG.
Agree ?

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  • 2012-11-11 07:18
  • XuqV

When will Jelly Bean be available in Razr Maxx? Does anybody know?

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  • 2012-11-11 06:19
  • 9xeg

> In reply to 100 Moto @ 2012-11-10 20:59 from tdv7 - click to readyou don't know what you are talking. It seems your logic is based to phones with exchangeable batteries. If you have a phone with non-exchangeable battery you might shut up. I have an iphone 2g yup 2g (1st gen) for 5 years now and the battery is still working very fine

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  • 2012-11-11 02:01
  • 7Xch

I would be impressed if they update atleast 2011 model first before the M.

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  • 2012-11-11 01:55
  • th9f

> In reply to stobs @ 2012-11-10 18:01 from utYq - click to readThe latest is 4.1.2 .They will be releasing 4.2 soon but as of now 4.1.2 is still the latest.

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  • 2012-11-10 23:40
  • m56f

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-11-10 17:13 from XuSU - click to readdont underestimate for we select few in this world using moto phones. people with discerning taste and style... but the question is? are you one of us? so lol

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  • 2012-11-10 22:38
  • t7Ep

> In reply to Saad @ 2012-11-10 19:21 from PBYc - click to readSamsung: Please switch to Galaxy S III.

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  • 2012-11-10 21:05
  • PFBp

Nice to see Moto getting more updates thru Google. Not really nice for Motorola stop making phones with replacable batteries.

You keep updating the phones yet without the replacable batteries, the phones will last max around 2 years. What good would the updated phones be when the batteries are dead?

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  • 2012-11-10 20:59
  • tdv7

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