Motorola DROID BIONIC to receive update soon

Motorola DROID BIONIC to receive update soon
The Motorola DROID BIONIC is shortly to receive a massive update that improves some of the problems that owners of the phone have been complaining about. Besides killing off the usual assortment of bugs, the update increases to 8 the number of devices supported by Mobile Hotspot, improves the stability of the 3G and 4G data connection, repairs media playback through Bluetooth and improves stability to avoid power cycles for the smartphone.

One of the problems that DROID BIONIC owners have been experiencing is having their phone frozen with a black screen, which required a battery pull to fix. This update will eliminate that problem and hopefully will also remove the whining noise that users have been hearing when using earphones. Another interesting problem that this update addresses is one in which the Motorola DROID BIONIC powers itself back on after being turned off.

This update might have to do with the project that certain owners of the device were asked to get involved in last month by Motorola. The manufacturer often asks for willing participants to conduct a soak test before disseminating an update to all users of a specific model. While the update is imminent, don't jump off a roof if you don't have it yet. Not everyone will receive it at once as the OTA update gets rolled out in waves.

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source: Verizon via AndroidCentral

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