If you happen to own the Motorola ATRIX HD while being an AT&T subscriber, I’ve got news for you. All that waiting and griping about not receiving the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update? It is all about to be over, as AT&T has announced that they will be rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to Motorola ATRIX HD owners. This would make the ATRIX HD the fourth smartphone from AT&T that has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean underneath the hood, keeping the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X+ company.
Needless to say, there is nothing not to like about Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, as it gives your smartphone a new lease of life, making it easier to use as well as being more powerful to use compared to before. Some of the features such as Google Now will be able to generate real-time notifications on weather, traffic, nearby transit systems, local restaurants and places of interest, flight information, and live sports scores.
Not only that, the Motorola ATRIX HD will also come with its fair share of features that intend to make it safer when connected while driving, and Drive Smart is one of them. Drive Smart works by offering the Enhanced Voice Search for a safer driving experience, and the SMARTACTIONS Drive Rule is capable of sending the ATRIX HD into auto-reply mode so that you can concentrate with both hands on the steering wheel while attending to a phone conversation.
In order to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your AT&T-bound Motorola ATRIX HD, I would best recommend taking the Wi-Fi route, and hit Settings > About Phone > Software Updates. Be patient if nothing turns up at first, just keep on trying and you will hit jackpot eventually.
For those who have already gotten the update, how do you like it?
Source: Press Release
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