Verizon Wireless License You Try Out Android 5.1 For Motorola DROID Turbo

First of all you have to note that these are the Motorola devices which are eligible to support Android 5.1.x Updates. Phones have it, and when you will get it? Here we got the list of those Moto and Nexus devices which can be updated to the Android 5.1, and you already done that successfully on Google Nexus phones, but what about the Motorola DROID Turbo? Verizon is now offering customers with DROID Turbo try out updating the device to Android 5.1 Lollipop. More details on how to update can be found right after this jump.

Although many owners of Droid Turbo are complaining on social media sites about the fact that their pride and experience remains stuck on 4.4.4 KitKat. Verizon Wireless’s device engineer said that they will receive Android 5.1 update in the middle of June. But it didn’t rolled out, and found no signs of the update for the device.

Last week, David Schuster, Senior Director of Software Product Management at Motorola, took to social media to say that the update is still in the test lab cycle. Right now, the Motorola DROID Turbo owners won’t be able to update their devices to Android 5.1, but nevertheless, they can get an idea of what their phone will look like following the installation of the update thanks to a simulator on Verizon’s website. For that to check, hit the source link below.

To use the simulator, click on the application that you want to see from the selections available on the bottom of the page. Scroll down on the small vertical bar on the right. With simulator, you can see what actually DROID Turbo will look like on Android 5.1, running all sorts of applications from making calls to navigating a website. And keep in mind this may be proof that the update is just around the corner, hopefully the sooner or later this fall.

Here’s How to use the Motorola DROID Turbo Android-5.1 Simulator


So you can now test Android Lollipop version 5.1 on Motorola DROID Turbo. You can experience all sorts of aspects of the UI without even stepping out of your desk. From phone calls and advanced calling to messaging, cloud services and even SIM card information.

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