The updates bring the usual bits and blobs, alongside a new lockscreen, a new browser, and a Setup Wizard. The Pantech Burst will also get native sync for AT&T Address Book and expanded camera options such as Self-Mode and Panorama Capture.
Unfortunately, these updates won’t be rolling out to your devices over-the-air. Instead, you’ll need to go to this website for the Burst and this one for the Element from a computer in order to download the necessary files.
Detailed installation instructions are also available over there, make sure you read them carefully before proceeding. Happy updating!
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