Updating motorola v3
Android 4.4 based CM 11 and Motorola Droid Razr and Razr Maxx can now work as a team as the firmware has been optimized for the mentioned handsets.
"The RAZR was one of the most iconic phones ever designed and redefined how stylish a mobile phone can be.It’s really a definitely a good news for the owner of the international Motorola Droid Razr XT910 as the long-awaited Jelly Bean update has finally started rolling out.You can get the update over-the-air by checking for the update’s availability from device .I realized that with enough determination that wouldn't be true, and to demonstrate, I shall hereby enumerate the failings of the RAZR V3i.Perhaps this venting will help me emotionally heal enough to come to terms with using this completely handicapped phone.While Moto is not re-releasing the RAZR, we will transform mobile again on June 9." (That date is a reference to Lenovo's upcoming Tech World conference, when it is expected to announce new products and make other news.)Lenovo, a Chinese company, purchased Motorola Mobility from Google in 2014 in a deal worth nearly $3 billion.
The tie-up instantly made Lenovo one of the world's largest smartphone makers. The company was recently surpassed by a pair of less well-known Chinese firms in research firm IDC's list of the top smartphone brands by shipments.
However, you can also update your Razr XT910 to the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean manually.
Thanks to the XDA member HSD-Pilot who has leaked the JB OTA update zip that you can download on your computer and install the firmware update package via stock recovery.
Flip phone fans hoping for a new Motorola RAZR might be left disappointed, as the Lenovo-owned brand has no plans to release an updated version of the widely popular device.
A nostalgic Motorola ad released May 19 led some observers to speculate that the company would revive its iconic metal flip phone, which sold more than 130 million units over the course of its four-year lifetime.
I went to great expense and difficulty to obtain an early Motorola RAZR V3i before it was available in the USA.