Motorola DROID RAZR, RAZR MAXX soak test to take place tomorrow, will bring build 6.12.181 and no Android 4.0

Zack Nebbaki April 4, 2012 0



We reported last week about Motorola informing its Feedback Network members to get ready for a soak test for both the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX devices. The testing will begin tomorrow and unfortunately we will not see Ice Cream Sandwich even though the Best Buy leak showed us otherwise. Once it gets pushed out, the update will bring software version 6.12.181 and a slew of bug fixes.

Here is the full changelog:

Who Can Use This Release:

ALL DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX by MOTOROLA users

Build: Version.6.12.181.XT912.Verizon.en.US

Enhancements and Fixes:

Battery Life

  • Optimized device performance to extend battery life

MotoCast

  • Added new MotoCast widget to enable easier access to MotoCast files
  • Implemented several fixes to improve MotoCast performance

Storage

  • Modified the storage settings screen to clarify total, available, and used storage space

WiFi and Network

  • Implemented IPV6 support over cellular connection and WiFi to facilitate updated interaction with the network
  • Corrected 4G coverage indicator to accurately display data connectivity
  • Improved Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity when utilizing WPS security

Visual voicemail

  • Improved visual voicemail performance with data disabled and visual voicemail notification delivery

Bluetooth

  • Corrected loud call end and connect tones over Bluetooth®

Google Play

  • Fixed Share app functionality to directs users to the app page in Google Play

Text Messaging

  • Improved text messaging to ensure timely receiving of texts

Browser

  • Added easy access to bookmarks through a press and hold on the back key

Security

  • Enhanced device security preventing unauthorized access of telephony database by 3rd parties
  • Updated Vcast app with new security enhancements

On a positive note, we think that Motorola is prepping both phones to receive Android 4.0 as they did in the past with other devices. Until then, we recommend installing this update once it becomes available to the public sometimes at the end of this week.

via Droid Life