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Looks like the Intel-powered Motorola RAZR i is finally getting that promised Jelly Bean update. French RAZR i owners over on XDA are reporting that they've received the 300MB over-the-air upgrade, bringing the phone up to Android version 4.1.2. The RAZR i wasn't exactly a sluggish handset when we reviewed it on ICS back in September, but the phone should benefit from improved performance through Google's "Project Butter" enhancements. In addition, RAZR i owners will get the new Google Search app with Google Now, and a redesigned notification area with expandable notifications.

There aren't any reports of users outside of France getting the RAZR i Jelly Bean update just yet, so don't panic if you're not seeing the update on your handset right away. Moto often takes its time getting updates finalized for different countries and carriers, so it could a few more weeks before everyone's gotten this latest OTA.

Source: XDA; via: Frandroid

 

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Motorola RAZR i getting Jelly Bean update, starting in France

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Go France I guess :-). I am stuck with a Verizon Nexus that I can just hope gets updated soon because I am tired of Flashing ROM updates every other day so I went back to stock un rooted. 4.1.1 is good enough for me I guess I just want those quick settings. At least it's not Gingerbread :-)

How about people who bought their RAZR i online like me? I'm from Malaysia, and bought my RAZR i via EXPANSYS UK. Will I be able to update my OS to Jellybean?