Verizon Adding Isis Support to RAZR M Via Jelly Bean Update
Verizon Wireless has provided details about the upcoming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean system update for the Motorola Droid RAZR M. The update adds features specific to Jelly Bean, such as Google Now and Voice Search, actionable notifications, the new smart keyboard, and resizable widgets. The update includes some bug fixes, and makes improvements across the board to the M's Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G, GPS, and mobile hotspot performance. The update removes the Color application, updates VZ Navigator and QuickOffice, and makes the RAZR M compatible with the Isis mobile wallet service. The update is free and can be downloaded over the air. It will be pushed out in waves starting today. It may be several days before it is available to all devices.
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What about the GSIII
The promise of JB was a major factor in my decision to buy a SGIII.
I know the ball is in the carriers' court, how about it Verizon?
What's the problem?
Well THERE'S your problem ;)