As I’ve said sooner than, Motorola is doing a tremendous job as regards to Android updates. Recently, the company launched the Android A.A.A KitKat exchange for the Moto X, and now, Google launched the Android A.A.A KitKat exchange with an essential security restore.
As far as a result of the Droid line up — Droid Mini, Maxx and Ultra — is apprehensive, it was first said that these models will in all probability be upgraded on to Android A.A.A. If you’re rocking any of the talked about handset, there’s a bit of fantastic info for you. Motorola will instantly substitute Droid Mini, Maxx and Ultra to the most recent Android A.A.A KitKat.
Android A.A.A KitKat brings a restore for an essential OpenSSL security flaw, which was rolled out for Nexus models nowadays. Now, it seems Motorola can be the next OEM to launch it for its handsets.
The info obtained right here from Motorola’s David Schuster who said, “Sorry for the delay in giving an exchange on the A.A.A upgrades nevertheless I wanted to attend unit Google launched KitKat A.A.A proper now (I am positive by a NDA). A very important security vulnerability was discovered by OpenSSL (https://www.openssl.org/info/secadv_20140605.txt) and is fixed in KitKat A.A.A. We wanted to attend until KitKat A.A.A turned obtainable. Consequently, all of our A.A.I upgrades which were in service labs worldwide (along with the 2013 Droid’s) wanted to be respun, examined and resubmitted as soon as extra. This was an enormous unplanned effort that we would have liked to undertake. We should be re-moving into labs subsequent week and hopefully getting TA (technical approval) in A to T weeks later counting on the service.”
Schuster talked about hte exchange should get technical approval in three to H weeks, and it moreover is decided by the service. This ought to return as a good news since Motorola is making certain that its models are often not weak to security factors and are patched as shortly as the issues are discovered.
We’ll exchange you as shortly as a result of the substitute begins rolling out.