It was only recently that Verizon and HTC started rolling out the Android 2.3 Gingerbread for their first ever 4G LTE capable handset, the HTC Thunderbolt.
Now, Verizon has started rolling out the Gingerbread update for another of their 4G LTE phone, the LG Revolution. Besides the usual goodies brought by Gingerbread like a Download Manager, improved copy & text, and improved performance, the update also fixes some bugs.
Below is the full change-log of the update-:
Email & Messaging
+Email folders will now display in the correct order
+The maximum attachment size is now set correctly, even when the Exchange service is configured with unlimited size attachments.
+Messages can now be stired on the SIM card. VIew these messages through the Settings menu, “Manage SIM card messages.”
+Correctly set Out of Office without having to set start or end time.
+The popup message asking to delete accounts when charging the SIM card now displays correctly.
+The cursor has been reshaped for easier text editing
+List menu force close issue has been resolved
+Issues have been fixed involving proper connectivity through the HDMI cable
+Data now works correctly when toggling in Airplane mode.
Verizon has already started rolling out the update, and expects to complete the roll-out in the next couple of weeks.