Tag Archives: software update

Cliq Update Trials Tonight

If you are a tech-savvy Cliq user and want to try out a new software update, then T-Mobile is looking for you.  Beginning at 6PM PT (so 9 EST) today, T-Mobile will be announcing to their forum community that the latest trial software for the Cliq will be available for a short time.  Be quick though, because they are limiting the test field to 1,000 participants who will be asked to provide feedback.  … [read full article]

Motorola Acknowledges Cliq Update Fiasco

Well, folks, it seems that the Motorola is finally acknowledging the issues that the Cliq 1.3.18 update (you know, the one that transformed Cliqs into bricks) caused users.  In a statement made to the blog These Are The Droids, Motorola said: Last week, the CLIQ 1.3.18 over-the-air software update began rolling out to consumers.  While the vast majority of updates were successful, a very small number of consumers reported a date error and found that, after factory resetting … [read full article]

CLIQ Succumbs To Firmware Downfall

If you haven’t gotten around to downloading the new firmware 1.3.18, STOP!  As the old saying goes, ” if it ain’t broke…don’t fix it”.  In this case, if you haven’t updated yet, you may want to consider holding off.  For Motorola CLIQ users, T-Mobile has issued a warning advising users that have updated to the new firmware not to to use the MASTER RESET button (I know you want to).  It appears that ever since … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq Update Delayed

Update: Some users in the comments and via Twitter are reporting that if you do a manual search for updates, its available! To say that a lot of you have been angrily awaiting the expected Motorola Cliq update this week would be putting it mildly. Frustration has turned to anger judging by the comments as Motorola Cliq fans all but demand their updates. Whether or not you agree or disagree with the Motorola OTA rollout timetable … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq Update Details Leak

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It’s not really much of a secret anymore that Motorola is coming out with a maintenance update for the Cliq this week. Those of you really clamoring for details kinda sorta get some answers with the above image rather than just the usual broad “fixes.” We’ve already been told to look for improved battery life, touchscreen improvements, improved GPS tracking and other various fixes, including those stated below: Improved battery life New Manage SIM card … [read full article]

Motorola Confirms Enhancement Update This Week

Twitter is the new place to validate old news, post new news and confirm software updates as told through this recent MotoMobile tweet. It was only last night that we hinted towards an enhancement update coming this week and now Moto has gone and confirmed exactly that. Enhancements for battery life, touchscreen and GPS aren’t exactly Android 2.1 but they’ll do for the time being. In the meantime, you can at least expect … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq Maintenance Update Coming This Week?

First off, let’s all get on the same page and understand I am not talking about an Android update, but a maintenance update. Just a little over two weeks ago an “accidental” release from Motorola, designated update 1.3.8 leaked to a few Motorola Cliq users and included battery life, touchscreen, improved GPS tracking and various other bug fixes and improvements. More to the point is that a few TmoNews readers have written in stating that … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq Software 1.3.8 Leaked, Official Update Coming Soon?

MOTOROLA CLIQ with MOTOBLUR

Earlier today, Motorola had “accidently” released a test version of the update (Software version 1.3.8) for the Motorola Cliq. According to the description of the update, software 1.3.8 included improvements to the battery life, touchscreen sensitivity, improved GPS tracking, a new option for assigning functionality to a double-press of the home button, and more. As quickly as the update was leaked, it was soon pulled after approximately 15 mins. What does this leak mean? Well, it could … [read full article]