Motorola Atrix 4G owners. When the device launched long ago as one of the first Tegra 2 dual-core smartphones it was rather impressive, but since then it has been long forgotten in terms of updates. Today however Motorola might finally be ready to test the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update before releasing it to the public.
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leak into existence over on XDA Developers and DROIDRZR.com. Now, two other Motorola devices have been graced with another generous leak of fastboot files - the ATRIX, and DROID Bionic. As a recap, I'll note that fastboot files can be used to let a user flash stock recovery images to their device, thus helping them recover from a 'soft brick'.
Motorola ATRIX 4G is a pretty solid device, but it's a rare Android phone indeed that the CyanogenMod team can't improve with some clean, optimized software. Brave ATRIX owners can now try their hand at an early build of CyanogenMod 7.1 for the AT&T device, assuming of course that it's already rooted with a custom recovery installed. Like most "official" CM nightlies, it's already surprisingly stable.
support page for the Motorola Atrix 4G and have officially posted the Atrix 4G Gingerbread release available for download -- exciting I know. Last we heard they were in the testing phase and doing a soak test so I'm glad to report the update is available so soon.
recently unlocked dual-core has been, like far too many phones, a version behind since its release with FroYo, Android 2.2, on board. Now it looks like the bugs have finally been ironed out, the Motoblur layered on, and the AT&T apps stuffed into that tasty 2.3.4 update and it will finally start getting pushed out to a lucky 1000 beta testers from Moto's forums soon.
Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T was unlocked thanks to some sneaky developers and a leaked Gingerbread build. Unfortunately the rest of the world's Atrixes (or maybe Atricies) were not so lucky. Developers didn't sit around though and now freedom has been brought to the first dual core phone world wide.