Own a Motorola Droid RAZR? Then you’ll be pleased to know that Motorola is prepping a software update for your handset. Verizon branded 4G LTE capable Motorola Droid RAZR is just a few weeks old and we already seeing the signs of a software update for this handset. Last week Motorola started soak tests to sort out the fixes for the Droid RAZR. Today, Verizon has posted the details of the first software update for the Droid RAZR handset on its website. According to the reports, the update is being rolled out for the soak test members now and it will be released to everyone very soon. The latest software update of the Motorola Droid RAZR is carrying the new build number 6.11.748.XT912.Verizon.en.US and it will bring the following bug fixes and a set of enhancements for the handset. Well, please note that it’s not the anticipated Android Ice Cream Sandwich update.
# SIM error notification has been fixed.
# Improved camera features and quality.
# Improved stability of menu access, browser, phone dialer, video playback and music player to prevent force-close errors and lockups.
# Updated group message notification in e-mail.
# Improvement in 3G/4G data connectivity.
# Maintain network connection upon completion of a voice call.
# Background color has been adjusted to improve readability in Lapdock connection UI menu items.
Sounds like a pretty nice minor update.
The OTA update process of being pushed to sock test members and should make its way to all users very soon. If you want to force the 57.1MB update manually, you could always go to Menu –> Settings –> About Phone –> System Updates –> If you found the update –> Tap Download button –> Let the downloading process finishes –> now hit the Install Now button when prompted –> Device Reboots –> Follow the on-screen instructions and let it finish installation process. The software version should be shown as 6.11.748.XT912 after finishing the successful installation process.
Motorola and Verizon have yet to announce the exact date of the update roll out. In fact, the soak tests of these updates take a week or so. We’ll let you know as soon the update roll out process begins hitting the Droid RAZR handsets for everybody.
Source: Verizon (1), (2)