HTC DROID DNA software update now rolling out to users

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from Omaha, NE
Published: February 14, 2013

HTC DROID DNA Verizon Wireless

Well, that didn't take long. Just a few days after we got wind of a sizable maintenance update for the HTC DROID DNA, owners of the device have started seeing it hit their devices. Reports from both Droid-Life and the XDA-developers forums indicate that the update has begun its rollout, bringing goodies like improved Wi-Fi and hotspot connectivity to DROID DNA users everywhere. Here's the full changelog for the 2.04.605.2 710RD update as posted by Verizon:

  • User can load videos on Hulu Plus
  • Improvements to Hotspot connectivity have been made
  • Improvements to Audio Quality for wired headsets and earpieces have been made
  • Bluetooth connectivity and volume level for specific models have been improved
  • Enhanced reliability and stability of the Contacts List have been made
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity has been improved
  • Improvements to default browser for zooming capability have been made
  • Incoming messages display with the correct timestamp
  • Enhanced Recent Apps functionality has been improved

While there's not exactly any huge changes contained within that list, there are quite a few tweaks that should make using the DROID DNA a more better experience, which is exactly what an update is meant to do. This particular update is 103.5MB in size and should start popping up on devices in the coming days. Don't fret if you stopped in the middle of this post to check your DNA and found nothing there, as Verizon typically rolls its updates out in phases. Once your DNA does get its own helping of the 2.04.605.2 update, though, be sure to swing by the comments section below to share the exciting news with us!

Via Droid-Life, XDA-developers (1), (2)

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