The Motorola Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR MAXX HD are receiving a new update today. It’s one Verizon told us about last week, and subsequently rolled out to a small group of testers. Now available to all, the new software brings the phone to build number 9.16.6, a minor upgrade that improves audio quality, connectivity, and camera performance.
The update brings new Google Security Patches in addition to a number of smaller tweaks and fixes. After installation, users likely won’t notice any major changes, but should enjoy a more pleasant experience overall. To check to see if the software is ready to pull to your device, navigate to “About phone” under the “Settings” menu and select “System updates.”
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