Motorola makes another attempt to rollout Android 4.4 for the DROID MAXX, ULTRA, and Mini
Motorola's first attempt at pushing out the Android 4.4 KitKat update for its new line of Verizon DROIDs came about one month ago. The rollout began on December 19th; and over the next week, Motorola was hit by a number of reports that the update was actually bricking user devices, but it seems that the issues are fixed, because the rollout is beginning anew.
The update was apparently pulled at the end of December, although there was never official confirmation from Motorola about that. This morning there were
As we detailed when the update first rolled out, the Android 4.4 update will bring improved camera quality, Emoji support, the KitKat immersive mode, improved FitBit compatibility, and a number of updated apps like Verizon Mobile Security, Google Photos, Motorola Assist, and more.
*Update* It looks like the Android 4.4 KitKat update is also rolling out to the DROID Mini. Everything seems to be going well this time around, so if you have any of the new Motorola DROIDs, you should be seeing the update soon enough, if you haven't gotten it already.