The Motorola Droid RAZR M is included in the list of those few smartphones to be facilitated with Android 4.1 update previous year. Several Android models are making it out this year, but buzzes around Motorola Droid RAZR M do not seem to observe a downfall despite heavy rumors surrounding its to-be-released Android competitors. The USA retailer Verizon has released a powerful software update for Motorola Droid RAZR M.
However, it is not about upgrading the OS to Android 4.2, but inserting some other beneficial features that would improve software’s performance. This software update is a utility maintenance build update.
This update facilitated by Verizon will augment your phone’s operating system to 98.15.66.XT907. This update is a sort of maintenance update with a sole purpose of enhancing the existing program. Your smartphone will be capacitated on certain terms like Wi-Fi connectivity, improvements in camera performance and enhancement in volumes and voice. This update aids in enhancing camera performance under minimal light and touch-to recital.
As for augmentation in voice and volumes, in-call audio quality would be improved while the user uses an earphone. MDM (Media Device Management) support will monitor betterment in its quality.
This software update package is not confined, and is completely focused on improvement of the smartphone’s performance. There is an improved synchronization of media in terms with Back Up Assistant +, recovering pixelations and enhancing video streaming capacity. Visual Voicemail connection will also be sturdier through this update.
To download this software update, you need to execute some easy steps: From Menu key, switch to Settings and then navigate to About Phone and finally to System Updates. After hitting the download button, you will be able to download this 80 MB software maintenance update.