Software update for the LG Revolution is being pushed out
Well folks, it’s actually starting to roll out as we speak and brings the software version to VS910ZV6. Granted that people are still probably more concerned about a Gingerbread update, they should nonetheless take this one with open arms since it appears to pack quite a wallop with its offerings. For starters, it features a ton of new bug fixes that seriously irons out most of the handset’s loose ends. Furthermore, we see updates available with some of the handset’s preloaded apps.
Of course, the list of changes with the update are fairly extensive, but you can find all the juicy details on the LG Revolution’s support page. From the sound of it, the update should be immediate for most people, but if not, you can always check manually under the software update section in the Android settings menu.
source: Verizon via Android Central
1. DROIDX0430 posted on 04 Aug 2011, 13:37 0 0
LG has not made a statement in the smartphone arena (yet)?--At least from LG smartphones on VW. The last successful phone was the feature phone LG Touch, other than that they have just made mediocre smartphones on VW. The first 4g phone by LG has already been reduced on VW and I see a Revolution 2 in the making...must be smaller/thinner than the current brick model Revolution on VW
2. skymitch89 posted on 04 Aug 2011, 21:56 0 0
The Revolution isn't the only phone getting a bug update. My Evo Shift got an update that seems to have fixed quite a few bugs, including the MMS over 3G problem.