Motorola Feedback Network Confirms Soak Test For Upcoming Update Is On The Way For The DROID Bionic


Motorola recently sent out a “confidential email” to DROID Bionic owners part of the Motorola Feedback Network, so you know what that means— an update is on the way folks. What this update is exactly, no one knows. But we do have the lovely letter in its entirety, so come join us as we share it with you after you hit the break.



Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We are inviting owners of the Motorola Droid Bionic on Verizon to participate in a preview of a new software release, and provide feedback. If you are not currently using a Droid Bionic, please excuse and ignore this email.

Click this link to take a short enrollment survey if you wish to take part. The registration window for this test is very short, so please respond as quickly as possible.

This is a confidential test under the terms of the Motorola Feedback Network. Do not post any details or information about this on any public sites. Note that you must be a member in good standing of the Motorola Owners’ Forums to be included.

Thanks — please understand that start times are always fluid. We ask for your patience if you register but don’t hear from us right away.


Matt and Mark
Motorola Owners’ Forums
Motorola Feedback Network”


So there you have it gang. Again– as far as what this update could be, considering Motorola & Verizon still have yet to confirm when the DROID Bionic will get the ICS update— it’s probably not Android 4.0 as you might imagine. It looks like we are about to see a utility update which would likely bring some bug fixes and minor enhancements to the software found in the device instead. But hey— any improvement is a welcome improvement and I am sure DROID Bionic owners everywhere will be excited for this upcoming update.

Thanks Josh & Andrew!

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