Verizon Wireless has started rolling out an update (5.9.902.XT875) to the Motorola DROID Bionic Android smartphone. No, it’s not the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade that you’ve been hoping for, but it brings some significant changes. If you don’t want to wait for the automatic notification, you can activate the update manually through the settings menu (may take several days to a week before it’s live). Check out the full change log for the update below.
Verizon Motorola DROID Bionic 5.9.902.XT875 Update Changelog:
+ Added support for National Plus Code Dialing.
+ Added support for Bluetooth® Personal Area Networks (PAN).
+ Receive text message alerts while on voice calls without voice call interruption.
+ Improved audio while streaming video to a TV using the HDMI connection.
+ Improved Bluetooth audio when paired and connected to the device.
+ Improvements in device stability prevent the following:
• Black screen lockups
• Camera multi-shot lockups
• Idle resets
• Multimedia dock lockups
+ Device is now capable of providing Verizon Emergency Alerts.
+ Improvements in battery life.
+ Data connectivity and stability improvements.
+ Improvements in Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspot download performance.
+ YouTube videos will resume play from their previous location after
pausing to access the Notification Panel.
+ Composing a Visual Voice Mail message no longer mutes the voice call.
+ Messages saved with Visual Voice Mail will store to the SD card target shown
on the user interface.
+ Visual Voice Mail improvements for message storage and deletion.
+ Play WAV audio files.
+ The following apps are now preloaded:
• Amazon MP3
• VCAST Apps Store
Source: Verizon Wireless