Is Motorola rolling out KitKat to the DROID MAXX and ULTRA again?

January 14, 2014

motorola-droid-maxx-aa-rear smallDuring mid-DecemberĀ Verizon revealed on TwitterĀ that it would start pushing out Android KitKat to theĀ Droid Ultra, MAXX and Mini. Soon after the rollout startedĀ Droid-Life reported that Verizon and Motorola stopped pushing out the upgrade as some users were reporting that their phones were being bricked. There was never any official word from Motorola or Verizon but now according to the same source users are starting to receiving the update again.

Although the initial problems with the upgrade are unfortunate, it certainly now seems that Motorola and Google are starting to work better together and it is good to see Google’s subsidiary rolling out KitKat on a variety of its devices.Ā In November Motorola pushed out KitKat to theĀ Moto X, in DecemberĀ KitKat started rolling out forĀ the Moto G in North AmericaĀ and last weekĀ the European versions of that phoneĀ started to receive the same KitKat goodness. AlsoĀ the company hasĀ published the kernel sources for the Moto GĀ on the popular open source project site SourceForge.

Do you own one of the latest Motorola Droid phones on Verizon? If so did you receive an update yet to Android 4.4 KitKat? Please let us know by leaving a comment below.