Motorola Mobility brings a new software upgrade for its Motorola DROID Bionic as promised the update is now rolling bringing an increased data connection stability, reduced camera shutter response time, increased overall smartphone stability and much more.
The software update updates your Droid Bionic to version 5.5.893.XT875.Verizon.en.US and includes numerous bug fixes and enhancements such as:
- Increased stability of data connection
- Improved transition between Wi-Fi to 4G to reduce lock ups
- Increased the number of devices supported by mobile hotspot to 8
- “Data Roaming” pop-up message will now display once when roaming in CDMA internationally
4G LTE SIM Card
- Improved activation speed of a new SIM card.
- Improved ability, after changing SIM cards, to successfully log into social networking accounts and receive over the air software upgrades.
Headsets and Bluetooth®
- Eliminated the high pitched tone sometimes heard when using a wired headset
- Media played on device can now be heard while using a Bluetooth® headset
- Reduced occurrence of random power cycles, including automatic power ups after power downs
- Improved phone stability when connected to a Bluetooth® headset or HDMI cable
- Corrected errors that required battery removal to recover from a frozen screen
- Improved the camera’s auto focus capabilities to reduce the shutter response time and enhance the quality of captured imagery
- Improved performance and stability of webtop experience when using a Lapdock
- Reduced instances where display would turn off during use
- Reduced frequency of the “Low Memory” warning message
- Ringtones purchased from the Verizon media store can now be saved to the device
- Lowered volume on the “Low Battery” alert tone while user is on a call
Apps and Widgets
- Fixed errors to ensure contacts widget places calls to the appropriate contacts
- Improved reliability of Messaging app to display the latest contact information
- Apps can now be launched from the recent app group
- Corrected issue that removed shortcut to an app after it had been moved to the SD card.
source Motorola & Verzion Wireless