Verizon just updated the support documents for the LG Revolution with details of a new OTA update that brings a few bug fixes to the device, as well as Verizon's "Enhanced Customer Support" tool with remote diagnostics (which the device should've gotten back in March - perhaps Verizon is just reminding us that the feature exists).


These sort of updates generally begin rolling out within a few days of the documentation being posted on Verizon's site, so we could see this one start hitting devices by week's end.


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  • chris125

    It's not ICS but bug fixes are always welcome for devices. Hopefully for those who have this device it makes it better for them.

  • REVOuser54321

    Looks like they found a way to block tethering again while leaving the Root. Anyone know where we can download original firmware versions? Looks like the data nazis also purged older firmware off all the file serve sites.