Owners of the Motorola ATRIX HD need not wait any longer to step into the most recent major version of Android as AT&T has delivered exciting news this morning. The device has been stepped up to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in what will be an over-the-air upgrade process. It’ll feature Google Now, expandable and rich notifications, Project Butter and more of the great enhancements Google introduced between Ice Cream Sandwich and the first Jelly Bean build.
This would make the Motorola ATRIX HD AT&T’s fourth Jelly Bean phone, with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X+ preceding it. More devices are expected to receive Jelly Bean soon, as well, including the original HTC One X and the LG Optimus G, though there’s no solid timeline to hang on to.
It’s recommended you connect to a WiFi network before trying to apply this upgrade, of course, but once you hit the settings menu and check for the firmware under About Phone you should be on your way to basking under the sun in a sea of sweet jelly bean goodness.
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