Last week Verizon confirmed that they would be rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the Motorola Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR MAXX HD, and the good news is that according to several reports from users, it looks like the update has begun to roll out in earnest en masse. Apparently the update had begun to roll out to several users earlier this week, although it seemed to be on a small scale, perhaps as a test run to make sure that nothing major stood out before Verizon and Motorola began to push out the update to the masses. As expected, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update will introduce a variety of changes and new features to your mobile devices, such as the replacement of the Motorola Blur on-screen navigational buttons to the stock Android versions, Project Butter which should result in a smooth experience, and Google Now. According to those who have received the update, it’s about 276MB in size, which while pretty substantial shouldn’t take too long to download over WiFi or LTE. If you have received the update, let us know in the comments below on how it is treating you!
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