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    AT&T and Motorola have released an Android 2.1 upgrade to the Motorola BACKFLIP (MB300). The Android 2.1 upgrade enhances the BACKFLIP functionality and user experience. AT&T recommends that all AT&T devices always be updated with the newest software releases. The following provides high level overviews and related links of the two methods available to upgrade the BACKFLIP to Android 2.1.

    IMPORTANT: Once a device has been upgraded to Android 2.1, it will not be possible to downgrade back to Android 1.5.

    Upgrade procedure

    There are two methods to upgrade the BACKFLIP (MB300) to Android 2.1:
    NOTE: For detailed instructions on how to upgrade the BACKFLIP to Android 2.1, follow the instructions on the [Login or Register to see links. ].

    1. (Preferred Method) SD Card/Sideload Upgrade method:

      To upgrade to Android 2.1 via the SD card sideload method, follow the instructions on the [Login or Register to see links. ].
      • Confirm your device meets the [Login or Register to see links. ] and has a fully charged battery.
      • Download upgrade zip package from the Motorola's Support website to your PC.
      • [Login or Register to see links. ].
      • Drag and drop the upgrade zip package from the PC to the device SD card.
      • Complete installation by manually checking for updates on the device: Settings > About phone > Check for updates.
        NOTE: This upgrade does not require the device to be put in flash mode. The upgrade package will need to be manually deleted from the SD card after the update is complete.
      • It is important to look at both the device display and the PC throughout the upgrade to perform certain steps.

    2. Motorola Service and Repair Tool (SRT) Upgrade method:

      To upgrade to Android 2.1 via the Motorola Service and Repair Tool (SRT) method, follow the instructions on the [Login or Register to see links. ].
      • Confirm your device meets the [Login or Register to see links. ] and has a fully charged battery.
      • Launch SRT from Motorola's Support website.
      • Install the SRT software on the PC.
      • [Login or Register to see links. ]
      • Complete installation by following SRT prompts.
        NOTE: This upgrade does not require the device to be put in flash mode. The upgrade package will be copied to the devices SD card where it will be used to upgrade the device.
      • It is important to look at both the device display and the PC throughout the upgrade to perform certain steps.


    Considerations
    • [Login or Register to see links. ].
    • The upgrade will take approximately 40 minutes to complete via SRT method; 25 via SD card side load method.
      NOTE: Both estimates are dependent on connection speed.
    • MOTOBLUR sync will happen automatically after the upgrade and take approximately 10 minutes.
      NOTE: Depending on the size and source of your contact and calendar information, it could take up to 60 minutes to fully sync.
    • While the device is being upgraded, you will be unable to place or receive calls.
    • Most device settings will be preserved but Ringtones, Volume, Screen Lock passwords, Wallpaper, Contact shortcuts, Corporate Sync passwords, and Instant Messaging login information will not be saved.
    • Content stored on the SD card will not be lost but content stored on the device may be lost.
    • Bluetooth devices may need to be [Login or Register to see links. ].
    • Applications downloaded from the Android Market will be restored but not all applications may be compatible with Android 2.1 and may not function.
    • The device may appear to operate slower during the initial synchronization process after the upgrade. Some users may experience slower operation of some phone functions after the synchronization process is complete due to additional software added in the upgrade.
    BR,
    RIZWANKHAN8670

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