It appears that the Motorola Droid RAZR Android 4.0 update should be rolling out in the near future as Motorola has told its Motorola Feedback Network that a soak test for the software should begin soon.
Droid-Life is reporting that the company has told members of the MFN, who test updates for the company, that the software should be out for testing shortly, possibly as soon as tomorrow.
This comes after the company scrapped another update, a bug fixer, in lieu of rolling out Android 4.0.
So, assuming the testing goes well, we should see Verizon roll the update out in the next few days or, at the very worst, the next couple of weeks.
The update was previously thought to have been arriving last week alongside the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX, but the supposed April 8th roll out date came and went without any sign of the software.
The HTC Rezound’s rumored April 6th Android 4.0 upgrade date also came and went without any users seeing Google’s latest piece of mobile software.
While it’s a shame that HTC, Motorola and Verizon weren’t able to get Android 4.0 out on those rumored dates, it’s nice to know that the wheels are still turning, even if we don’t know exactly when the roll out will be taking place.
The Droid RAZR has been available on Verizon’s 4G LTE network since October of 2011 and since then, owners have been waiting for Verizon to release the elusive upgrade to Android 4.0, something that was promised to them quite awhile ago.
Six months later, it looks like the companies involved will finally deliver on that promise.
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