May 11, 2014

[Download] Verizon’s Motorola Droid RAZR M Getting Maintenance Update 98.15.66


Event tough Motorola is completely focusing on their next-gen Android phones, which would be fantastic (according to Moto design chief), that doesn’t mean they will continue to offer support for their recent Android additions. Verizon has recently approved a new software update for its Motorola Droid RAZR M handset. This is just a maintenance update that is weighs in at 80MB in size and carrying a handful of bug fixes and improvements for the device such as improved Wi-Fi, improved Voice volume, improved video streaming pixelation, and more.

The update bumps the software version of the of the Droid RAZR M up to v98.15.66.XT907. Here is the full changelog of the new firmware update is as follows:

  • # Improved Wi-Fi connectivity
  • # Voice volume has been improved at set level
  • # Camera improvements in touch-to-focus, notifications and low light performance
  • # In-call audio is routed to ear piece while connected to headset has been improved
  • # Video streaming pixelation has been improved
  • # Support for Mobile Device Management has been improved
  • # Media sync with Back Up Assistant Plus has been improved
  • # Visual Voicemail connectivity improvements have been made

Verizon has noted that this update is being rolled out in over-the-air (OTA) and and should reach all users in the coming days. If you can’t wait for notifications to hit your device, you can grab your Droid RAZR M and click your way into the phone’s Settings menu and hit Update Firmware to see if the new maintenance software is waiting for you.

Source: Verizon

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