Motorola's Droid Ultra and Droid Maxx have been holding strong on Android 4.4 while their cousin the Moto X has seen the bump to 4.4.2, and now soak test invites are heading out that will bring the devices up to parity. Invites heading out usually mean that an update is close on the horizon, and should arrive within the next few days for those participating in the Motorola Feedback Network.
If everything goes according to plan and the update works properly, it'll then head out in short order to everyone else. We don't expect any monumental changes in the small x.x.2 update, but being on the latest software build is always a good idea. Keep an eye out on your Droid Ultra or Maxx for an update in the coming days, and be sure to head into the forums and let everyone know if you're seeing the update.
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