Milking its very close ties with Google, Motorola embarked on a genuine software updating tour de force not long ago, rolling out swift Android 4.4 KitKat OTAs for the Moto X, G and Verizon-exclusive Droid Maxx, Ultra and Mini.
Only as far as the last three are concerned, it looks like Motorola, along with Big Red, may have acted a little hastily. As such, reports around the web suggested the trio of upgrades was nixed soon after getting underway, due to critical bugs bricking certain devices.
Luckily, Moto and Verizon showed velocity in solving the mystery issues as well, and now numerous users are ecstatically broadcasting online they’re seeing signs of KitKat on their gizmos. The odds of glitches again crippling the user experience are slim to none, however be advised, a data backup before setting sail to 4.4 territory can rid you of great trouble.
To get the update, simply head into Settings – About Phone – Software update and hit install, or, if there’s nothing there, reboot your Droid and try again. If that doesn’t help either, it simply means you’ll need to wait for one of the next waves. In any case, it’s a matter of days, weeks tops, until the Maxx, Ultra and Mini will be all smooth and chocolaty inside. Huzzah!
Via [Phone Arena]