Motorola Atrix HD receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

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Holding onto the Motorola Atrix HD for AT&T? It looks like you have an update waiting for you! The official roll out of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update will begin today, bringing the handset a wealth of new features to take advantage of.

This has been a good week for updates, as the Atrix HD joins the Verizon Galaxy S III and Sprint EVO 4G LTE in their Jelly Bean venture. Android 4.1 brings some nifty features to the table that include Google Now and its enhanced search, project butter, expandable notifications, and more.

The Atrix HD is the fourth handset on AT&T’s Android line up to run Android Jelly Bean, and together they now wait for the Android 4.2 update.

To check if the update is waiting for you, got to Settings – About Phone – System Updates.

For more information about the Jelly Bean update, be sure to check out AT&T’s Consumer Blog here.

[Via: AndroidCentral]

  • matt9301

    **** AT@T i bout the galaxy note 1 and 3 months later they say oh were coming out with the note 2 samsung are aholes for doin that and att is for not sending the update to the note 1 but there sending it to this pos mid range phone ? F you att after reading this im buying out my contract and goin somewhere else

    • BigT

      So you’re comparing Motorola to Samsung and blaming AT&T??? hmm I see a flaw in logic here.

  • Anonymous

    As far as I’ve understood AT&T needs to check all software updates before pushing it to its users. but that’s not the point here – the point is that Motorola should be able to release firmware updates faster. After all, it’s part of Google, right?

  • Anonymous

    As far as I’ve understood AT&T needs to check all software updates before pushing it to its users. but that’s not the point here – the point is that Motorola should be able to release firmware updates faster. After all, it’s part of Google, right?

  • Anonymous

    As far as I’ve understood AT&T needs to check all software updates before pushing it to its users. but that’s not the point here – the point is that Motorola should be able to release firmware updates faster. After all, it’s part of Google, right?

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