Tag Archives: Motorola Atrix 4G

Grand Theft Auto III now available in the Android Market

Earlier in the month we found out that Grand Theft Auto III would be coming to the Android Market on the 15th of December, and now that the date has arrived, so has the game. Keep in mind that the title does have some restrictions, though, and won’t work on every single Android device out there. The developers have decided to launch the game on only a… Read more

Motorola ATRIX 2 uncovered

The Motorola ATRIX 4G, which launched on AT&T’s network several months ago, was seen as a pretty successful device, not only for Motorola, but for AT&T as well. So it’s no surprise that the device would have a successor. The folks over at BGR were lucky enough to get pictures of the reported device, forever known as the Motorola ATRIX 2. The device was… Read more

Best Buy Mobile marks August 17 as Free Phone Wednesday

Best Buy is at it again, giving some customers the opportunity to pick up a high-end Android-powered device for no cost. As usual, if you’re a new customer or a qualified upgrading customer, you’ll be able to pick up a select device on a particular carrier free of charge. It’s an event that Best Buy has done in the past, and it obviously worked well enough… Read more

Hackers enable HSUPA on the Motorola Atrix

Tired of waiting for AT&T’s upcoming fix that’s supposed to open up HSUPA on the Motorola Atrix 4G? Thanks to a couple of hackers from XDA, you don’t have to. By taking the radio from an update to Telstra’s Atrix, 1.4.2 to be exact, and flashing it via RSD Lite, you can finally enable HSUPA on your Atrix 4G. This hack is still in the earlier stages… Read more

PSA: Upcoming update for Atrix kills root

Just this weekend, Motorola revealed a list of changes that would be included in the next update (4.1.57) coming to the Atrix 4G. Not mentioned among Bluetooth, battery, and screen improvements, is that the update revokes your super user privileges. According to a thread on XDA, if you install the update that’s floating around the Internet now,… Read more

Motorola posts software upgrade changelist for Atrix 4G

A couple of days ago, we told you that Motorola was letting owners of the Atrix 4G sign up to be on a list of 1,000 users who would be able to beta test an upcoming software upgrade for the Android-powered smartphone. While the sign up is shut down, Motorola stuck to their word and published a changelist for the software upgrade, letting everyone know… Read more

Motorola prepping software update for Atrix 4G

Motorola has confirmed via their support forum that the company is currently prepping a software update for their Atrix 4G Android-powered smartphone, which launched on AT&T’s network not too long ago. As is customary, though, the company isn’t being forthcoming with what the update includes. What they are doing, though, is allowing for owners of the Atrix… Read more

Atrix 4G laptop dock under fire for compatibility issues

One of the biggest advantages of buying a phone in person as opposed to online is the demo units. I get asked at least once a day what phone someone should buy. My response is usually the same: go to a store, find the phones you’re looking at, and see which one gives you a better feeling. The only way you can falsely advertise with a demo unit is by… Read more

Motorola Atrix 4G available now

The time has finally come; the Motorola Atrix 4G from AT&T is available now. The 4-inch qHD sporting, dual-core processor boasting, practically-a-laptop smartphone can be yours for just $199 on a two-year contract, or $499 with the handy laptop dock included — that is if you buy it from AT&T. Of course Ma Bell isn’t the only one slinging her wares;… Read more

Motorola Atrix rooted

The Motorola Atrix may not be quite ready for release just yet, but that hasn’t stopped those who have their hands on one from already achieving root access. Thanks to several users over in the XDA forums, the day you go buy your shiny new Atrix 4G is the day you should be able to root your phone, side-load apps, and tether to you heart’s content…. Read more