Google’s DROID RAZR Jelly Bean update kills Motoblur bloat

DROID RAZR Jelly Bean Update

Motorola on Thursday began rolling out an update for the DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX that brings both devices up to Android 4.1.2. Along with standard Jelly Bean features such as Google Now and Project Butter, the company has also begun to remove some of the traditional Motoblur apps and replace them with stock Android ones. In what is most certainly Google’s (GOOG) doing, the move marks the beginning of the end for Motorola’s user interface. The company has removed the Social Location app, MotoCast, MotoActv, MotoPrint, Alarm and Timer, My Gallery, My Music and Verizon Video on Demand apps from both devices. The Gallery, Music and Alarm and Timer apps have all be replaced with stock Android alternatives, while the default Web browser has been changed to Chrome.

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Droid-Life
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Motorola
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