Verizon Wireless issued a firmware update for the LG Voyager (VX10000) that addresses a number of issues and bumps the firmware up to version V05. If you've got a Voyager and want the upgrade, you'll have to schlep down to your nearest VZW store, however, as this does not seem to be a user-installable update.
The update addresses a whole mess of Voyager bugs, which is either terrific or disturbing, depending on your point of view. Voyager's only been available for about a month now, so it's either great that VZW and LG are so on top of fixing problems or ridiculous that they released a flagship handset with so many problems. Either way, here's a sampling of what gets fixed in firmware version V05:
- Fixed issue with V CAST Music and 4GB+ removable memory read error
- Adds ability to reset V CAST Mobile TV client
- Update power settings to improve battery life performance
- Bluetooth enhancements to audio, pairing, and key tone
- Mobile Web - HTML browser enhancements
- Fixed to allow Mobile IM on external touch screen
- Fixed when device goes to maps.google.com, the device resets
There's more on the official list, but that last one's my personal favorite. Full device reset when you go to Google Maps? Awesome.
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