Motorola CLIQ XT Android OS Upgrade Class Action Settlement

Class Eligibility

Purchasers of Motorola CLIQ XT prior to February 2 2011

purchased the CLIQ XT based on the understanding and belief that the Android Operating System would be upgraded; and that, because the Operating System was not upgraded, they were unable to use the phone as intended.

Estimated Amount

A $25 redemption code to be used at the Motorola online store

Proof of Purchase

Not Required

Case Name

Jack Haught, et al. v. Motorola Mobility Inc,
Case No. 1:12-cv-02515
Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division

Case Summary

Plaintiffs allege that Motorola made intentional misrepresentations about the Android operating system upgrade, in violation of Illinois law. The plaintiff argued that this conduct amounted to fraud and unjust enrichment. Motorola released the CLIQ XT mobile phone in March 2010. At the time of its release, the CLIQ XT was based on the outdated Android 1.5 mobile operating system. Motorola allegedly made numerous representations that it would upgrade the phone’s operating system to the updated Android 2.1 platform. Motorola allegedly never implemented the promised upgrade nor had the intention of ever implementing such upgrade. Motorola denies the allegations but has agreed to settle to avoid the costs involved in a long litigation

Settlement Pool





CLIQ XT Settlement Administrator
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 3058
Portland, OR 97208-3058