koldmeat, 01 Jan 2013Still no JB in Asia. When will we get it?I think they won't give the Jelly Bean, I bought about one week ago. RAZR XT910 Asia won't receive Jelly Bean, stuck in ICS.
Hugo Eduardo22, 01 Jan 2013Hello, my name is Hugo. I want to know if my Motorola Razr XT910 is encluido this update?It depends on the region, I use Motorola RAZR XT910 Asia region, no official Jelly Bean launched for it. While in internet I found, Germany, UK, have Jelly Bean official roms.
Hello, my name is Hugo. I want to know if my Motorola Razr XT910 is encluido this update?
100 Moto, 26 Dec 2012The average recharge life cycles for the battery is about 500 times. If I charge the phone eve... moreI think that after 2 years your battery in RAZR MAXX will be better or as a new battery in Samsung SIII or other phone
teckem, 28 Dec 2012the OTA update went out because apparently it's was a mistakeSo when we'll get the update??
Anonymous, 27 Dec 2012Hey i cant find update manually...please somebody help.methe OTA update went out because apparently it's was a mistake
Felipe Berhau, 26 Dec 2012iPhone 5, Nexus phones,HTC phones, Lumias and others have non-removable batteries though.
A... moreSo any reason why Galaxy S3 or Note 2 sold more than all other brands' top phones combined? There must be a reason why Samsung continues to offer phones with user replaceable batteries.
From the environment point of view, phones with users replaceable batteries should have longer life cycles, given the phones are built with top quality like Motorola units. I still have the original Milestone 1 and Cliq 1. When the batteries were dead all I needed was to replaced with a new one, instead of sending them to the landfills.
A friend told me EU is actually proposing new phones to be sold must have users replaceable batteries.
And I simply don't know how to replace the batteries on Droid 4 like Droid 3 or Android Razr like Atrix 2 (with bare hands), any tips?
100 Moto, 26 Dec 2012Galaxy S3 and Note 2 still offer user replaceable battery, and yes I opened the back cover for... moreiPhone 5, Nexus phones,HTC phones, Lumias and others have non-removable batteries though.
Anyway, I'm not saying it's better, but there is a reason behind this kinds of moves and even though a few don't like it, they may be profitable and better in other terms (design, cost, performance). That's why Motorola is using it.
You can change the battery on Droid 4, Atrix HD and Razrs. Is it hard? Hell yeah! Can you do it anyway? Yes you can.
Just checked for sofware update but no update is available. is it only for droid razr maxx or razar maxx of other countries as well
On Christmas Eve my phone briefly flashed on the screen , update has failed to download, now when I try to manually update is says, Phone is up to date no update necessary. Ehh...
sam, 26 Dec 2012why no jelly beans for Motorola Atrix 2? WTF.just compare the specs, youll get your answer
Felipe Berhau, 26 Dec 2012Stop complaining. New devices from every single manufacturer will have non-removabable batteri... moreGalaxy S3 and Note 2 still offer user replaceable battery, and yes I opened the back cover for Droid 4 and Android Razr before and I cannot take out the battery like Atrix 2.
100 Moto, 25 Dec 2012Still can't understand why Moto keeps updating devices with non-user replaceable batteries, wh... moreStop complaining. New devices from every single manufacturer will have non-removabable batteries in coming years! It's a new standard.
Plus, warranty lasts about 1 year. If the battery dies in 2 years, as you say, you can open the back of the phone and change it.
MotoUsr-India, 25 Dec 2012No. Never in IndiaIt is available for India.. you can check the schedule here https://forums.motorola.com/pages/00add97d6c ... We just might have to wait as how we did for the ICS upgrade...