For the connoisseur, you may remember the Motorola Defy, the first waterproof smartphone Motorola Android which was accompanied by a FWVGA 3.7-inch screen, a TI OMAP3610 processor at 800 MHz and above 512 MB of RAM.
The perfect marriage with KitKat!
If you have the mind to hack, you can get all your Defy drawers to give him a piece of KitKat. The good news is that a developer and member of XDA forum has managed to design an alpha version of Android 4.4 (based CyanogenMod 11 and AOSP) for Motorola Defy and Defy + which, despite its many bugs, is set to change.
To date, the Custom ROM proposed Quarx does not allow daily use, however, the developer said that an update of stability and compatibility would be deployed in the evening. In the program, this upgrade will provide better support for the Camera app with video recording and full compatibility with FM Radio.
Alas, it will have to wait a bit to take advantage of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth which are not yet fully functional. Anyway, the developer works very hard to provide a viable solution to these recurring problems. If you wish to discover or even try the ROM of the Motorola Defy, visit the XDA Developers forum.
Testing the Motorola Defy