by Michael Oryl, 3 years ago
I got to spend a pretty significant amount of time with the new Motorola CLIQ this evening at a Motorola event. While the hardware is not exactly sexy, the software is really quite brilliant. I’ll…
Anyone who uses a Motorola CLIQ should have received an over-the-air (OTA) software update. Unfortunately this doesn’t upgrade the CLIQ from 1.5 to 1.6, or anything drastic like that. Instead, it updates the current version, Android 1.5, but seems to solve a lot of the original issues CLIQ users were facing. According to the official announcement, the update will predominantly help improve battery life, as well as how your Bluetooth devices pair with the CLIQ. Among other things, it will also help the responsiveness of the screen, which we know some people noticed more than others.
It should be possible to manually trigger the update by delving into your Android settings and promoting it by hand. It is 8mb in size and is free, so if you are not sure whether you have the update, you should try prompting it anyway. If you’re not sure how to find out, check your ‘System Update’. Hopefully you will see the improvements right away.