Rogers and Fido RAZR HD customers receiving Android 4.1.2 update


Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean has hit the slopes for yet another group of folks. Our friends up in the great white north who own the Motorola RAZR HD — those on Rogers and Fido, in particular — will be doused in some Jelly Bean goodness rather than snow as the update has come down from the smartphone heavens.

You’re getting Android 4.1.2 to be specific, a pretty interesting fact considering most updates tend to be Android 4.1.1. I guess if it takes this long you should at least expect the latest version of the first helping of Jelly Bean. It would be better to see Android 4.2 shining on the device, of course, but I suppose we can’t have our cake and eat it at the same time.

You’ll want to set aside 308MB in bandwidth, so be sure you have enough on your data plan or get hooked up to a WiFi network before you apply it. If the notification hasn’t already gotten to your handset then you can try your luck by visiting Settings > About Phone to force the update to commence.

[via Mobile Syrup]

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. Why does that picture have stock android styled back, home, and window buttons. Doesn’t the razr hd have custom motorola styled buttons

    1. In JB they’ve adopted the Google soft keys :)

      Does anyone have the direct link to manually install this update please?!

  2. Those last two digits should be reversed :)

  3. I’m so glad Verizon doesn’t super-glue their name to the notification bar.

    1. this isn’t verizon…

      1. I know… I find it ugly how Fido puts their name in the notification bar. And I’m glad other carriers don’t do that.

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