Motorola Droid Bionic

Remember that maintenance update for the Motorola Droid Bionic that's due sometime before 2012? Looks like it might happen sooner rather than later, with e-mails going out calling for one of Moto's familiar "soak tests." It's possible this "project" Moto Matt's referring to is something else altogether -- remember that the Bionic is slated for an Ice Cream Sandwich update -- but while the Android 4.0 code just started dropping for the Galaxy Nexus, it's probably a bit early yet for Motorola to be testing ICS on the Droid Bionic.

Here's the skinny:

Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We are preparing a
project for owners of the Motorola Droid Bionic on Verizon, and would
like to invite you to participate. Click this link to take a short
enrollment survey for this project. Please note that you must be a
member in good standing of the Motorola Owners' Forums to take part.

If you are no longer using your Droid Bionic and wish to update your
Motorola Feedback Network profile so you can be part of projects for a
different Motorola phone, please click here. If you use the same
computer as previous registrations, you can update your profile. If
you do not, simply re-register with your current Motorola product. To
opt out of the MFN see the link at the bottom of this email.

This is a confidential project under the terms of the Motorola
Feedback Network. Do not post any details or information about this
project on any public sites.

Thanks -- we hope to be in contact with you soon.

- Matt
Motorola Owners' Forums
Motorola Feedback Network

So, we're expecting that maintenance update anytime now, more or less. Huzzah.

More in the Droid Bionic forums; thanks, C!

 
There are 7 comments

wphenry84 says:

ICS or not, This is excellent news!

mobrules says:

I spoke with VZW today and they stated I should have the update within 24 hours. I wont hold my breath...

cordell507 says:

i doubt that everyone will keep their mouth shut about this

ak110707 says:

How do I take part?

moosc says:

Go to moto dev sight and create a account its free. But catcht 22 not every one gets selected. First they send u a survey second u sign a non disclosure firm which means what moto gives u test u do not talk about it.

Rob White says:

At least Moto is actively involved in supporting (most) of their hardware these days. Thats a big plus considering how many phones are released & settle into the dust bin. Ahem... Samsung Fascinate & Continuum come to mind.

spiotter 81 says:

I joined moto panel when I first got the phone I see no email for me! :(