Motorola and T-Mobile yesterday started actively seeking up to 2,000 users to test out the first, and likely last, update for the smartphone. Today, the handset maker followed up by launching a support page to help guide customers through the process.
Many Android users have taken for granted some of the things that Cliq owners will see. For example, they're just now getting speech-to-text,, voice search, resizable widgets, seven home screens, and a connected music player. Meanwhile, most of the Android community has enjoyed for nearly a full year.
Motorola advises that the update process can take up to 40 minutes to complete from start to finish and recommends checking out this details page before getting started. As of yet, we're still waiting on the
I have no idea how many people still own a Cliq nor how many of them really care about Android 2.1 at this point. My gut tells me that anyone looking for a decent Android experience has likely moved on to a new phone. Having said that, those who do grab the update should be over the moon with the differences.