Verizon’s oddly-named, odd-looking, but really rugged Casio G’zOne Commando Android-powered smartphone is about to get a new software update. And while most of it is concerned with squashing some bugs, it does bring a new feature to the table as well: push-to-talk support.
Aside from that, the update comes with new Google apps, a security patch, a new alert message for zoom functionality when picture quality reaches the maximum (5 MP), and a new Verizon Video app.
You can now successfully delete emails without any delay, add a signature to text and multimedia messages, and the LED notification for missed calls and texts has been added back.
Full details about the update (alongside instructions for activating push-to-talk) are available in this PDF, and installation instructions are here in this PDF. However, do note that the update probably isn’t available yet (it’s still listed as ‘Coming soon’ at Verizon). Although with the documentation already published, it won’t be long before it goes out.
Via Android Police
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