It was last month, when a report came out that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Motorola Droid Bionic is still in progress and is anticipated to hit the market within Q2 this year. We understand that “quarter-long” timeframes are a little annoying since the delayed can occur anytime in those early months, however in Bionic’s situation, the case looks like it is on the brighter side. As you may remember, it was the other week, soak-test requests have been delivered to Motorola Droid Bionic users who are associates of the Feedback Network. This was a comprehensible pointer that the update’s expansion is in its last stages, and that if everything go well throughout the previous difficult stage, the newfangled OS should go breathe in the subsequent couple of weeks or so.
This update has actually made lots of commotion among users and critics since they have been waiting for this update for so long. As soon as the final date has been out in the public, this will surely make lots of news out there.
Verizon has lately in progress introducing the Android 4.1 update for the Droid Bionic, however because this is a slow delayed, you should be able to wait a little more time before you could finally download it and upgrade your phone to fully enjoy its apps and such.
That being declared, if you have finally lost your tolerance and you just want to get the download as early as possible, then here are the things which you should do and know.
Initially, you have to be sure that your deice has in stock 6.7.246. Then you will have to download the said update (either throughout direct connection or via XDA groups).
When you are done with it, simply copy the files you have downloaded to your SD card, restart in recovery mode then set up the original OS comes from the SD card. Suggestion: to help you reboot it, you must turn off your Bionic, press then holds the volume part then push the power button.
That is all you have to do with it. Now for the changelog, you can suppose the common stuff, such as the Google Now, Project Butter, with lots of developments when it comes to connectivity, a brand new on-screen with much more suprises.