droidmaxxkitkatYou know what they say – if at first you do not succeed, try again. This is exactly what the folks over at Motorola has done, where they first began to introduce the Android 4.4 KitKat update to its new range of Verizon DROIDs approximately one month back – that is, December 19th, before Motorola was flooded by a fair number of reports that this particular update actually resulted in the bricking of user devices. Well, it does seem as though such issues have been fixed, as there is a new rollout that is happening for the Droid MAXX as well as Droid Ultra again.

Additional reports have begun to circulate that the Droid MAXX and the Droid Ultra are starting to receive this particular Android 4.4 KitKat update, which is arriving in the form of build 19.5.3. This would be the very same build number as the first update, so it goes without saying that the engineers over at Motorola have already managed to do their bit to fix any kind of issues that plagued the previous rollout, so we can kiss goodbye to any kind of bricking experiences this time around. Android 4.4 KitKat ought to see the introduction of better camera quality, Emoji support, the KitKat immersive mode, improved FitBit compatibility, as well as a slew of updated apps including Verizon Mobile Security, Google Photos, and Motorola Assist among others.

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