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Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-15, 20:47 PM


As the subject asks, is there a Motorola Jelly Bean manual available as a PDF?



 

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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-16, 16:52 PM


Android 4.2 is a different version of Jelly Bean -- Motorola phones are currently on or moving to 4.1. Plans for 4.2 (if any) have not yet been announced.



In general you can find up-to-date documentation on the Support pages for each device. (Here's the one for Electrify M, which has a link to the JB manual.) There's a link to that page on the home page of each of these device communities.

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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-16, 1:18 AM


 



New updated Electrify M user guide for Jelly Bean:


 



 


It looks like there may be some sections not fully updated for Jelly Bean. The section describing USB Connection still references Mass Storage as being an option. Google removed that feature in Jelly Bean/4.1 (which you noted in your other post).


 


Some other material from Motorola on what’s new that you may find useful:


 



 



 


Some info from US Cellular:


 



 


Some info from Google on what’s new with Jelly Bean:


 



 


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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-16, 3:13 AM


While it helps with info gathering, it doesn't help that Google broke the phone data connection ability.



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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-16, 3:19 AM


Is there an error on the Android page, as it references Jelly Bean 4.2 and that it is better than 4.1.  Wait-a-sec.  The release we just got is 4.1.2.



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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-16, 16:52 PM


Android 4.2 is a different version of Jelly Bean -- Motorola phones are currently on or moving to 4.1. Plans for 4.2 (if any) have not yet been announced.



In general you can find up-to-date documentation on the Support pages for each device. (Here's the one for Electrify M, which has a link to the JB manual.) There's a link to that page on the home page of each of these device communities.

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Re: Is there a Motorola Jelly Manual?

2013-02-17, 2:47 AM


Boy, is that going to be confusing, i.e., two different versions of Jelly Bean.  I'm surprised that 4.2.x wasn't called something like Chocolate Covered Cherries.

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