Droid RAZR M

Improved Wifi performance and a whole host of bugfixes packed into a small update

This isn't the big Android 4.2 update you may have been hoping for on your Droid RAZR M, but an 80MB update containing a good number of improvements is hitting devices starting today. The update to software version 98.15.66.XT907.Verizon.en.US brings fixes and improvements across the board:

  • 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

The update will be coming OTA (Over The Air) and can be prompted to download by checking manually in the phone's settings, or received later when pushed to the phone. Have you seen the update pop up on your device yet? Chime in in the forums and let the other members know what to look forward to.

Source: Verizon Support; PDF; PDF

More: Motorola Droid RAZR M Forums

 

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Droid RAZR M receiving small bugfix update

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Thx Verizon for an update fixing things that aren't broken. A full upgrade to 4.2 would have been nice. As well as giving us USB mass storage back so I could use my phone again with Linux on my laptop! So I say thanks but no thanks! Would probably destroy my root anyway (or doesn't an OTA do that?).

I've hit update twice on my Razr M and nothing. Guess its the old "rolling out in stages" business.