We told you that the Motorola Droid Bionic was in line to get an important update from Verizon and today, that update has finally started to roll out.
We’ve heard from several Droid Bionic owners who say that Verizon has started to push out the Droid Bionic’s .905 update today. The update should be available to pull manually through the device’s settings and it should only take a few moments to install and get up and running.
Now, of course, this update isn’t Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. We know that that update is slated for Q3 and that its roll out is progressing. However, this update is an important one as it fixes an issue that some Droid Bionic owners have been complaining about for quite some time.
Read: Motorola Droid Bionic Review.
Here is a look at the full changelog.
- Re-calibrated volume of the call connect and disconnect tones to be more comfortable for Bluetooth users.
- Improved Visual Voice Mail to ensure delivery of a notification to the Status bar.
- Reduced data stalls to improve 4G LTE data connectivity
The first two are nice but it’s the last one that’s important. Droid Bionic owners have long complained about issues with 4G LTE connectivity and this .905 update should shore those issues up.
While it’s not Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but it’s certainly a nice consolation prize and a sign that Verizon is still trying to iron out all of the issues that are on the Droid Bionic.
So, those with a Droid Bionic will want to check to see if the update is available now, and then start to patiently wait for Ice Cream Sandwich.