Upset that your Motorola Cliq is still running Android v1.5? Think the battery life stinks? Motorola’s get a patch for one of those problems, but not the other.
Early this morning, Moto began pushing an over-the-air update to Cliq owners. Alas, it doesn’t look like they’ve managed to port the BLUR user interface over to Android 2.0 yet – even after updating, the Cliq is still running v1.5. On the upside, they did manage to fix a good number of nasty nitpicks. Touch screen accuracy, battery life, and Bluetooth support have all been boosted, and they’ve added in TTY functionality for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Check out the full change list after the jump.
From time-to-time, Motorola releases updates to enhance the overall performance of its phones. The 1.1.31 software update for Motorola CLIQ provides improvements to its battery, touch, and Bluetooth functionality.
For optimal performance, we encourage you to download and install this latest software update.
For more information on Motorola updates and repairs, visit us at Motorola Support.
Who Can Use This Release
All Motorola CLIQ users.
After downloading and installing the 1.1.31 software release, you will notice:
|Longer Battery Life||Improved battery life while phone is idle or running applications.|
|New Battery Management Feature||A new “Battery Management” feature lets you customize battery settings, such as turning data off when phone is idle for 30 minutes. And with the 1.1.31 release installed on your phone, you now have the option to select battery consumption modes that optimize data performance while minimizing battery consumption. To enable Battery Manager, go to Settings, Battery Manager, Battery Profile.|
|Better Bluetooth||Improved pairings, audio and call connections with Bluetooth headsets, including: rewind/fast forward feature with S9 and HT820 headsets. For more information on available Bluetooth devices for your phone, visit us at Mobile Phone Accessories.|
|Touch Screen Accuracy||Improved touch screen accuracy and protection against inadvertent key presses and unintended phone calls.|
|TTY Option||Text Telephone option for the hearing/speech-impaired lets you converse with callers via “real time” text messaging instead of relying on the caller’s audio.|
|Better Business Connections||Improved connections to corporate email accounts.|
|Improved Caller Connectivity||1.1.31 repairs issues with lingering connections after hang-up.|
|Quick Office 2||Quick Office 2 supports additional file types and enhanced capabilities.|
|Accelerometer Enhancements||Improves overall accelerometer responsiveness and accuracy.|
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