23
Apr
2013-04-23_10h20_06

Hey Stratosphere owners – think Verizon forgot about you? That doesn't seem to be the case, as the company has just updated its i405 support docs with details of a new OTA update that should begin rolling out shortly. It's mostly a bug fixer, which looks to fine-tune the experience after the most recent OTA.

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Post-update, you should find that voice calls sound better, emails should send more reliably when using Outlook, and some of the Verizon-specific apps (like My Verizon and VZtones) have been updated. This OTA also removes some of the bloat – IM, Blockbuster, Verizon Video, and Verizon Vcast should all be a thing of the past.

The update will likely begin rolling out to devices in the coming days.

Verizon Wireless

Cameron Summerson
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  • Guy Hoang

    It's still on gingerbread right?

  • knightsbore

    they didnt forget about you, this update has just been held up by them since 2011 >.>

  • flosserelli

    I am sure all 12 people still using this phone will be ecstatic.

  • http://twitter.com/fleshth fleshth

    I just got the update.... Doesn't seem to have done much, the phone is still slow.

  • JasonThePirate

    I just got it, doesn't seem to have changed anything. I still have the wonderful bug when plugging it into the USB cable while connected to a PC that was introduced with the last "fix". Also, Blockbuster and Verizon Video are still on there and can't be removed.

  • bjpenfield

    has anyone else experienced external speaker sound issues since update? my phone no longer rings. kinda inconvenient

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