Motorola Photon 4G Receives Maintenance Upgrade to Add Google Talk Video Chat and Lapdock 100 Support


The Motorola Photon 4G has just received a pretty sizable maintenance upgrade. Alongside general fixes and enhancements, we’re getting Google Talk video chat support, support for the new Lapdock 100, a fix for the erroneous proximity sensor and more. Lookout for build 45.3.6.en.US when checking for firmware upgrades in the settings menu. Don’t fret if it doesn’t immediately pull the update down as Sprint has likely employed a staggered rollout. [via SprintFeed]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Any news on a Nexus update to fix the gallery pinch-to-zoom bug with the android 2.3.6?


    Those widgets remind me of windows live-tiles…..

    ~android, best of both worlds made even better!

  2. Awesome, thanks for this post :) Now I just need someone to chat with.

    For those who don’t know:
    From the homescreen press menu then Settings>About Phone>System Updates>Update Motorola Software

    This gets you the update if it hasn’t popped up yet.

  3. My nexus has been on 2.3.7 for 2 wks now must have fixed the problem

    1. what? o_O

  4. Awesome news. The Photon will be a complete phone with Google Talk Video Chat….Once my download finally starts anyway.

    1. Until Ice Cream Sandwich comes around at least ;)

      I love my Photon.

  5. To re-root after the update don’t forget to set the phone to charge only before starting.

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