Test Your Motorola Android Device Ahead of Official Release
Always afraid of upgrading your android on your Motorola device? Now Motorola has released the online beta platform where you can actually test your device with latest android operating system. User just need to opt for this beta program and they will be given a Motorola UI where they can actually test the OS for its functionality and performance.
There is a typical approval process whenever any mobile hardware manufacturer needs to get the latest version of android for their existing handsets. After this application process, the handset with the latest version of android is sent to the carrier which usually takes a month for approval. After a long process and upon the results of various tests the manufacturer gets an approval for the newer version of android for their existing handsets.
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This beta program from Motorola provides users the accessibility option before the actual roll-out of OS in their hardware devices. They can actually test their application and use them to checkout its feasibility. There are many testing service providers out there online like A1QA Software Testing platform which provides online testing of the application and checked for their security and performance. Users always wanted the accessibility and security of their hardware device and always get scared of testing or installing any application into their actual running hardware.
Motorola testing platform will be announce soon and it will be available first for the Android 4.2. User opting for this program can find out whether their device is compatible for this or not at the Motorola Trade Up portal. In near future Motorola is upgrading all its high end device to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and this program will help the users to find out if their device is worth upgrading or not.