Motorola ATRIX 2 sees a new software update, but it's not for ICS

Motorola ATRIX 2 sees a new software update, but it's not for ICS
Let’s get it out of the way, it’s not the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update that some handset owners are dreaming about in their sleep, but rather, the Motorola ATRIX 2 is seeing nothing more than a maintenance update.

Requiring owners to download the update via a Wi-Fi connection, the software update brings forth some new enhancements, tweaks, and fixes that will no doubt extend the handset’s functionality even further.

Specifically, it features improvements to the performance of the camera, the installation of the Google Music app, enhancements to deliver greater device security, addition of emergency alerts for things such as Hurricane warning notifications, improvements to the keyboard, stability for Motorola’s Webtop application, better performance to its hotspot functionality, and overall device stability.

Of course, that extensive listing should appease owners who have remained faithful to the device in the wake of more powerful and 4G LTE connected devices on AT&T’s lineup. In the greater scheme of things, the availability of the update is surely warranted, but we’re certain that owners are more curious to know if the smartphone will one day see the light of Ice Cream Sandwich.

source: Motorola via Phonescoop

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