Early last week we confirmed the folks from Motorola and Verizon were preparing to release a software update for the 4.3-inch DROID RAZR M full of fixes, and now it's ready. We've received multiple reports that the update (still Android 4.1 Jelly Bean) for the M is arriving on devices as we speak and should fix a slew of issues.
This impressive little edge-to-edge display packing smartphone is quite the budget device, runs the latest Android from Motorola which is 4.1.2, and now is getting updated with tons of bug fixes to make it even better. As we detailed before there really isn't anything regarding new features or software other than some bloat. It's all about fixing the issues today.
You’ll still be on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but there’s tons of changes and improvements from Motorola. It appears Verizon and Moto are focusing on improving the devices wifi, volume levels, camera features and focus, in-call audio, video streaming and a few other things. Certainly not a small list.
The update is rolling out over the air as we speak to RAZR M users, and is about 80 MB in size. You might want to grab a WiFi connection to save data usage, or just pull er down with 4G LTE. As usual it should arrive on its own, or feel free to head to settings > about phone > check for updates and get it now. Enjoy!