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I just got this email today, possibly a VZW release of KitKat?

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First rule of soak tests - Don't talk about soak tests!

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I got one of these too. Moto has already stated the D4 is not going to get any more OS updates. This is probably just a bug fix.

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I don't expect much but I can't remember when a SOAK was done for bug fixes. Every SOAK I've been part of has been an OS numerical update, even if it was just a small one (x.x.1 to x.x.2 or x.1.x to x.2.x, etc).

4.2.x would be nice, 4.3.x even more so. I definitely don't expect 4.4.x.

Most likely it will be only bug fixes....though I'm still surprised a SOAK is being initiated for that.
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I don't expect much but I can't remember when a SOAK was done for bug fixes. Every SOAK I've been part of has been an OS numerical update, even if it was just a small one (x.x.1 to x.x.2 or x.1.x to x.2.x, etc).

4.2.x would be nice, 4.3.x even more so. I definitely don't expect 4.4.x.

Most likely it will be only bug fixes....though I'm still surprised a SOAK is being initiated for that.
I'd have to agree. If it is bug fixes I wonder what prompted them to want to do a SOAK test before hand.
 
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Very minor bug fixes. Update goes from version 98.72.18 to 98.72.189. Here's Verizon's pdf on it:

http://support.verizonwireless.com/d...te/droid-4.pdf
 
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Very minor bug fixes. Update goes from version 98.72.18 to 98.72.189. Here's Verizon's pdf on it:

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Updated. No noticeable change (outside the previously noted fixes in the change log), slightly faster. Was able to restore root using Voodoo.

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Updated. No noticeable change (outside the previously noted fixes in the change log), slightly faster. Was able to restore root using Voodoo.

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When I saw the security patches in the change log I was worried about restoring root, so I didn't install the update yet. New that I see you have been able to restore, I'll probably run the update today.
 
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Updated. No noticeable change (outside the previously noted fixes in the change log), slightly faster. Was able to restore root using Voodoo.

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