Droid Bionic owners are probably most excited about the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich rollout, but the update Verizon's planning to push out should alleviate a litany of bugs and issues. Verizon claims that overall data stability on 3G and LTE has been improved, as has the handoff between LTE and Wi-Fi, HDMI and Bluetooth lockups have been eliminated, and an issue where the phone would actually power itself back on after being shut down is resolved. There's also a few improvements, such as support for eight connections when using the Wi-Fi hotspot feature and improved auto focus / shutter speed response. These are just a handful of the many bugs the device apparently has, so if you've been having trouble with your Bionic, this will be an update to look forward to. It'll come OTA and, according to Droid-Life, should be available as early as tomorrow.
Verizon prepares to release Droid Bionic update that brings a host of bug fixes
Verizon prepares to release Droid Bionic update that brings a host of bug fixes/
Verizon's pushing out an update to the Droid Bionic that claims to allievate a litany of bugs and issues. It'll come over the air and reportedly will be available as early as tomorrow.