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Motorola Explains Hardware to Blame for Upgrade Delays

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bluecoyote

Feb 9, 2012, 3:15 PM

Who honestly bought a Motorola device expecting quality control?

Even goldfish have a limited memory. Who honestly buys a Motorola phone expecting timely upgrades, properly performing hardware, and software that ISN'T glitch-riddled?

Can anyone name a company that is as screwy as Motorola? Samsung is bad, but I don't know of anything they have messed up as badly as the Xoom upgrade debacle.
bluecoyote said:
Even goldfish have a limited memory. Who honestly buys a Motorola phone expecting timely upgrades, properly performing hardware, and software that ISN'T glitch-riddled?

Can anyone name a company that is as scre
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I've owned several Motorola products over the years, including the Xoom, and never experienced any problems with updates or anything else....let alone a 'debacle'....
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MarryTheNight

Feb 9, 2012, 12:01 PM

This is why you need quality control

I love Android but it's a mess. I always buy the dev device anyway so things don't affect me but I like what Microsoft has done with WP7. Sure all their phones look similar but at least they avoid fragmentation.
had android forever and now with work i have new windows phone and I'm very happy
ibnturab

Feb 9, 2012, 1:50 PM

Wait, doens't Google own Moto ?

I thought that google now owns the moto division responsible for mobile phones . Why wouldn't their hardware be compatible with software produced from the same company ?
in the near future yes... the purchase has had to be approved
eazyigz

Feb 9, 2012, 8:31 AM

Stop the excuses

I think these are lame excuses for the fact that Motorola doesn't want to spend money to stay up to date on the latest Google software.
Well, Motorola's claims are being backed up by Cyanogen. When Cyanogen got its hands on ICS, it said it would take two months to get it to work for most phones. That was in November, and CM9 still isn't ready for the masses. What's the hold up? Cyanog...
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windows os (1 version) can install on any PC, why can't freaking smartphone os be install on any phone?
 
 
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