Now that the Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update roll out appears to be imminent, Motorola’s next release needs to be the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX bug fix updates that owners have been desperately waiting for since the end of June.
It has been nearly four months since Verizon unleashed the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX Ice Cream Sandwich updates and it has been nearly four months that owners have had to put up with bugged devices.
Way back when, we heard from a source that said that Motorola and Verizon had rolled out the updates too early, in an effort to meet the imposed deadlines, and because they did so, the software was riddled with bugs. Bugs, that unfortunately, are still not fixed.
We also heard that the reason the Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update was delayed was because Motorola and Verizon wanted to ensure that those bugs would not arrive on board the Droid Bionic’s update.
Today, we learned that Motorola is about to start a soak test for a Droid Bionic update, presumably the long lost Ice Cream Sandwich update. The company promised the roll out in Q4 and it appears that it’s on the verge of keeping that promise. And while this is great news for Droid Bionic owners, it’s also great news for those Droid RAZR MAXX and Droid RAZR owners out there who are waiting for a bug fix.
We imagine that Motorola finally got the ICS issues it was having with the Droid Bionic and that could mean several things for the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX ICS bug fix update. And because it apparently solved those issues, we imagine that it probably has figured out a thing or two in regards to the bugs plaguing the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX.
In addition, now that the Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update has seemingly been taken care of, the two companies can now turn their attention to fixing these two devices, if they haven’t already.
Now I’m not saying a roll out is right around the corner but at this point, I think we’re as close as we ever have been. Originally, we were told that the bug fix update would roll out close to the Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update and hopefully, that’s still the case, even if they both took a little longer than many owners expected.
Anyone out there still experiencing issues on the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX?
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