Htc Droid Incredible 2
December 14, 2011 by staff
Htc Droid Incredible 2, Earlier today the Motorola DROID Bionic was treated to a tasty software update, and now it seems that a pair of HTC-made handsets are getting some maintenance updates to call their own. First up, the HTC DROID Incredible 2 on Verizon. A new document posted to Verizon’s support has revealed that the DInc 2 is going to be on the receiving end of a new update with the build number 5.10.605.9. The update weighs in at 29.335MB and, although it’s not the most bundle of new software ever, it does contain several worthwhile patches and bug fixes:
Includes Google BT/DigiNoTar security patch.
Includes Google security patch for upgrading libpng to 1.2.46.
Includes Wi-Fi password security patch.
Support local video playback when in Airplane Mode.
5 bar Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) support.
Improvements to Clock and Alarm features.
The “Disable While Roaming” selection will work accurately when roaming in Canada.
Update Sync & Connect configuration to enable Push email sync during off-peak hours.
Along with the Incredible 2, the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile is also due for an update. The Amaze’s slice of new software goodness is build number 1.43.531.3 and brings with it IMS Wi-Fi calling and a few bug fixes, including improvements to the device’s Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. We’ve got the full change log for the Amaze down below. If you’re an owner of either of these HTC handsets and the update for your particular device hasn’t made its way to your neck of the woods, hit up Menu > Settings > About phone > Software update > Check to try and pull it down manually. As usual, don’t forget to hit us up in the comments below to let us know how the update’s treating you!
IMS Wi-Fi Calling
Improvements to Bluetooth connection
Clock widget not updating with time zone change
Improvement to Twitter and Peep application
Improved Wi-Fi connection
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