Apr 08 AT 11:01 PM Taylor Wimberly 27 Comments

T-Mobile rolls out new software update to Motorola CLIQ users

Motorola has finished the early testing of their latest CLIQ update and T-Mobile has begun rolling it out to all users. The 1.4.8 update provides improvements to the phone’s battery, touchscreen, and Bluetooth functionality. For a full list of changes see the official 1.4.8 release notes.

The firmware of the latest update remains at Android 1.5, but Motorola is still planning a move to Android 2.1 in Q2 2010.

A small group of users experienced issues after the last CLIQ OTA update, but Motorola conducted extensive testing of this release over at the T-Mobile forums. Users should have no worries about installing this update.

If you have a Motorola CLIQ, let us know how the 1.4.8 update performs.

Instructions for installing software:

  1. For a successful installation, we recommend installing these updates while the battery in your phone is fully charged. Make sure you have an active SIM card installed in your phone.
  2. This software update will be accomplished in two steps.
  3. First Step: Select the Settings icon in the main menu.
  4. Select About phone and then select System Updates.
  5. Select Download;after the software is downloaded, select Install.
  6. After the software is installed, your phone will re-start automatically.
  7. Second Step: After your phone restarts, you will receive a prompt to download the second update. If you are not automatically prompted for the second software update, you should manually check for updates. From the main menu, select the Settings icon, select About phone, select System Updates.
  8. Select Download; after software is downloaded, select Install.
  9. After the software is installed, your phone will re-start automatically.
  10. Your phone is now updated with 1.4.8 software.

Via: Twitter

Source: Motorola

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