Keeping your Motorola Droid Ultra up to date with the latest Android firmwares is best way to ensure that you take the most out of your device because new Android versions usually arrive with performance improvements, bug fixes, and new features.
In the Motorola Droid Ultra update section you will find guides that teach you how to update your device to official, unofficial, or custom ROMs. While official builds are released by the manufacturer, the unofficial builds are usually leaks or test firmware versions. Least but not last, the custom ROMs are created by developers and they are based either on Motorola’s OS or on stock Android.
In certain countries the installation of a custom ROM may void your phones warranty, but, most of the times, the warranty is restored after an official software is flashed to your device.
In the Motorola Droid Ultra update section of Android Geeks you will find all the information and files required to safely install new firmwares on your terminal. You should know that our team has closely tested all the tutorials in order to ensure that everything works fine and that you won’t end up bricking your device.
We are recommending you to closely follow all the steps found in the Motorola Droid Ultra tutorials and double check your actions before proceeding with the update. Note that Android Geeks should and will not be held responsible in any way for any damage that might occur during or after the update procedures.By Alex Dumitru