Beta test OTA upgrade for the Motorola ATRIX 4G rumored to have been out for a week

Beta test OTA upgrade for the Motorola ATRIX 4G rumored to have been out for a week
The 4.1.83 software upgrade for the Motorola ATRIX 4G is rumored to have been out for a week. The software is said to have hit the ATRIX 4G as a beta OTA upgrade.

In the meantime, owners of the handset can expect the upgrade to increase the speed at which data travels on the network. The upgrade also prevents "interruptions" to data connections. While some ATRIX 4G users have complained about the screen freezing, the download should help prevent that from occurring. Motorola ATRIX 4G owners will now be able to sign into YouTube and MOTOBLUR with the same password and when email comes, the handset will now send a notification.

Once installed, the software upgrade will also bring improvements to Skype, Wi-Fi, the display and more. For a complete list of what the upgrade will bring to the phone, check out the changelist at the sourcelink. Motorola suggests having the phone on Wi-Fi while upgrading to save data charges, and recommends that your battery is at least at 50% charged.

If any Motorola ATRIX 4G owners received the upgrade, let us know by dropping a comment in the box below.

source: Motorola via AndroidCentralForum

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