Verizon Droid Charge OTA Update Brings, Brings Bug Fixes, Enhancements And The VZW Diagnostic Tool


Users of Droid Charge are in Luck, This time around, we’re seeing the details of a new software update for the Droid Charge spring up on Verizon’s support page. In fact, I wouldn’t count on Ice Cream Sandwich unless you’re using a custom ROM. No, this update bring the build to FP1 and the biggest change is the addition of the Verizon Remote Diagnostics app which will allow customer care representatives to better troubleshoot any problems you’re having with your device. The rest of the change log is as follows:

  • Updated UI
  • Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System
  • No longer receive a notification pop-up when using Mobile Hotspot
  • Device allows for USB tethering while in Wi-fi mode
  • No longer lose data connectivity when the USB cable is connected or disconnected
  • Easily view data activity with the Wi-Fi icon located in the status bar
  • Complete calls without experiencing choppy audio, clicking noises and/or one-way audio noises
  • Resolved “no tones” dial pad issue, allowing for easy access to voice mail and other automated systems

The update checks in at 85MB, and should be rolling out soon (if not now). To check manually, run through the usual Menu -> Settings -> About Phone -> System Updates.

Source: Verizon. Update Details, Instructions

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