Verizon just announced a new maintenance update for the DROID RAZR M that brings various fixes to the device, including improved Wi-Fi connectivity, voice call volume, and visual voicemail connectivity. The camera's touch-to-focus is now also better, apparently, and the camera itself will take better low-light photos. Expect the update to roll out in the next week or two. You can see the complete changelog in the image below.


The last update to roll out to the RAZR M was Android 4.1, back in November. It'll definitely be interesting to see how quickly Moto updates this handset (and others) to Android 4.2 in the coming year.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/dunda Zack Dunda

    Hopefully this does improve the poor wi-fi connectivity I have with mine in my house.

  • http://twitter.com/Bateluer Robert Boluyt

    Does this affect the bootloader exploit that was recently made public on Moto's Qualcomm devices?

  • Qliphah

    Hope the AtrixHD is next, the JB update was great but the camera still needs work.

  • mritter2283

    I am able to download the update but my phone just reboots and dose not install it??? Idk what's wrong please help..

  • Sid

    The battery life has worsened since the update :( ... need to charge the phone every 7-8 hrs.

  • Timothy Roberts

    Does anyone know, can I root if I take the 98.16.3 OTA with a locked bootloader on my XT907? I wants to install, but I just keep clicking "install later" because I fear losing root and not being able to regain it. Thanks!