According to Motorola, “soak testing” is a thing of the past, as the company will now be using the nomenclature “project”. In any event, we all know what it means, an update is in the works and we’ll take that with whatever name you want to give it. Motorola seems to be on par with addressing the massive bug list we mentioned earlier this month affecting the Droid Bionic’s performance among other things. At the beginning of November we mentioned the update was about 30-60 days out and so far we’re about 15 days in. With any luck, Moto will nip this thing in the bud over the next 15 days and then roll it out to the masses. Check out the email below regarding the entire update.
Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We are preparing a project for owners of the Motorola Droid Bionic on Verizon, and would like to invite you to participate. Click <removed> to take a short enrollment survey for this project. Please note that you must be a member in good standing of the Motorola Owners’ Forums to take part.
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Thanks — we hope to be in contact with you soon.
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So hang in their Bionic fans, your day is coming. And remember, this isn’t the ICS update, it’s a bug fix only. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below.
[vai Droid Life]