By Stephen Schenck | July 25, 2011 7:49 PM
Sometimes, a smartphone update is simply a revelation, bringing with it new features and new ways of using your mobile device. Look at Mango, for instance, and the potential it has to reboot WP7. Of course, they can’t all be so grand, but even the smallest update shows us that the smartphone’s manufacturer is still watching out for you, keeping your phone’s software as current as possible. With that mindset front-and-center, check out the latest OTA for HTC’s Droid Incredible 2, increasing network stability in a couple unique cases.
Specifically, Incredible 2 update 3.02.605.1 spruces up some of the communication between your smartphone and the server storing your email and contact info. Post-update, you should find such connections more reliable; that’s the beginning and end of this update. You probably never even noticed any server connection problems, but at least now you can rest knowing that whatever issue might have been there has been resolved. Hey, not everything can be Gingerbread.
If you’re not seeing any update notifications, perform a manual check and 3.02.605.1 should pop up for you.