Launched around mid-September on Big Red’s network, the new Motorola Droid RAZR M phone can be upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now.
See also: Amazon Offers Droid RAZR M for $49 Only
Though, Google-owned Motorola, on October 5, confirmed the Jelly Bean update for Droid Razr family to be ported in coming weeks; it didn’t provide specific release dates, however. Moreover, the company also issued a statement that if any owner of handsets [made in 2011] doesn’t get an update to JB, will receive a $100 upgrade voucher or credit.
Moving on, if you’re the one who prefers to tinkering with the gadgets, a leaked version of the Jelly Bean ROM can be installed manually on RAZR M.
Weighing around 255MB in size, the new Droid RAZR M Jelly Bean update ‘Blur Version.77.111.10.XT907.Verizon.en.US’ can be flashed in stock recovery.
As usual, if you give this ROM a whirl, do it at your own risk. We’re not responsible for any damage cos of this leaked ROM, as it carries a series of issues. So hold off on this upgrade, and stay tuned with us for a follow-up post on the official release.
Update: You can always detect your device on Moto’s Android Software Upgrade page to see if the update is available.
Source - @P3Droid