Finally, the wait for the Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX Ice Cream Sandwich updates is over.
We have received numerous tips indicating that the update went live about an hour ago and that it can be manually installed on both devices. The news comes shortly after we heard that Verizon might be pushing the update to Sunday but, as it turns out, the carrier was able to make the update live on the last possible day of the promised roll out window.
We originally heard that it would roll out to users by midnight tonight.
Motorola originally promised to make the update available in Q2. Fortunately, both carrier and manufacturer were able to keep that promise.
The update can be pulled through the devices settings. Users of both devices will want to go to Settings > About > System Settings. Check for the update, and users will be prompted to download and install the update.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for both devices will bring a host of new features to the devices. On top of the features coming with ICS itself, the updates will bring numerous bug fixes and enhancements which should make for a better experience on both devices.
The roll out comes after tons of rumor and speculation. Both Ice Cream Sandwich updates had been rumored to be coming out in May however it took Motorola and Verizon until the last day of Q2 to roll out the software.
So, now that Ice Cream Sandwich has rolled out Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX owners, enjoy the update.
Because now, the wait for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean begins.