Verizon’s HTC Droid DNA is about to get a firmware upgrade OTA. The software will bring the device a plethora of critical enhancements and various bug fixes. In spite of the fact that the software won’t come with a new Android version, the download content still has 103.5 MB.
Further, I am going to name the most important improvements that version 2.04.605.2 710RD will bring. First of all, from now on you will be able to load video files on HuluPlus. Also, the company has made some improvements to: the Hotspot connectivity, the Audio Quality for wired headsets and earpieces, to the default web browser (zooming feature has been enhanced), to the Recent App function, to the Wi-Fi connectivity, to the Bluetooth connectivity and volume level for certain models. Plus, the Contacts List now has improved reliability and stability, and the received text messages will be displayed with the correct timestamp.
If you think about it, there weren’t supposed to be so many bugs in the first place, but the good thing is that they will be fixed, and all of them with only one update. You will receive a notification the moment the software will be ready to be downloaded, but in case you are roaming it is necessary to look for a Wi-Fi connection. The download itself won’t take longer than 10 minutes. After that, you need to perform a couple of reboots and you’ll ready to go.
After all it’s finished, the baseband of your device should be modified to 1.01.01.0110. The exact date of the rollout is not known yet, but it should begin soon enough.