Verizon has recently started rolling out the very first software update for the Android-powered Motorola Devour smartphone, and also offers users the chance to update manually over Wi-Fi via their web site.
The Moto Devour’s software update reportedly speeds up the device when the hard keys for Home Menu and Back keys are used, improves stability when using the browser, searching contacts and V CAST Music, adds volume key functionality when using Mobile IM and corrects picture uploading to fix a previous orientation issue with picture uploads.
The software update also brings a few more small improvements, as well as Google application updates. Check out Verizon’s instructions on how to go over the update via the link below.
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