Motorola Atrix HD Update Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (JB)

Motorola Atrix HD Update Jelly Bean 4.1AT&T is pushing out an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the Motorola Atrix HD.  It is available via Wi-Fi.

To update via Wi-Fi, go to Settings>About Phone>Software Updates on their phone.

It is always a good idea to backup your data before any update and make sure your battery is at least 50% charged. You will not be able to make calls during the update process .

An added bonus is the Drive Smart action with  Enhanced Voice Search for a safer driving . The SMARTACTIONS Drive Rule will auto-reply to calls and texts as well as enables hands-free conversations.

Motorola plans on updating the Droid 4, R

Here are the features Motorola is highlighting in the update (see other Jelly Bean features). Videos of new features follow.

Motorola also has promised to update the Droid Bioni, RAZR Maxx and Xoom. The Motorla HD appears in many top best smartphones of 2012 lists including the best Motorola smartphones.

  • The updated notifications, groups together updates from the same application which can be expanded or collapsed.
  • Google Now prediction cards.
  • View full  SMS and MMS in the notification window.
  • More details are shown in event notifications.
  • Quick Settings for most often used settings with a swipe from the home screen.
  • New “filmstrip mode” in the photo gallery .
  • Improved camera focus gives users a signal indicating focus quality.
  • Improved voice search.
  • Gallery app is easier to access and use

3 thoughts on “Motorola Atrix HD Update Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (JB)”

  1. Finally. I wish they would update the original Motorola Atrix 4G, like they promised. We should be able to go two years with fresh updates before we have to buy a new phone. They should keep all phones update until the end of the contract.

  2. Here, here. Geez Google owns Moto and they should be able to get updates out in a timely manner.

  3. Motorola was bought by Google not for the telephone and wireless phone hardware but for their patents. Without the Motorola patents, Google would be in big trouble.

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