CONFIRMED: T-Mobile CLIQ Getting OTA Updates Today

moto_cliq_update131After some dark alley whispering and and rumors, we’ve been able to confirm that an over-the-air (OTA) update is being rolled out to T-Mobile CLIQ owners today. While it’s not the 1.6 or 2.0 that some of you might be hoping for, it does address some critical points.  Chief among the 1.1.31 software update is improvement to the battery life with a new “Battery Management” feature which lets users customize settings.

As detailed by Motorola on their support page, the CLIQ will see enhancements to the following:

  • Longer Battery Life
  • New Battery Management Feature
  • Better Bluetooth
  • Touch Screen Accuracy
  • TTY Option
  • Better Business Connections
  • Improved Caller Connectivity
  • Quick Office 2
  • Accelerometer Enhancements

Have any of you received the update yet?  Is it noticeably different to you?  What do you think of the Battery Management options?

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  1. r4 dsi
    December 02, 10:23 Reply

    Definitely improves screen response. Mostly noticeable in the happenings, messages, and news widget. No more flicking 5 times to get it to scroll through.

  2. michael
    December 02, 13:29 Reply

    i wonder why Tmobile and Motorola kept it a secret, i have been complaing for weeks about the poor perfomance of my phone, and even emailed motorola, who suggested i send it in for repair. poor customer service for the cliq i feel.

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