Motorola has started to test their Droid Bionic update on Verizon Wireless, with the mobile carrier sending one out at the beginning of December last year in the form of system software 5.5.893. Apart from that, the past one month plus has seen the arrival of an update to hit 5.9.901, where it will hold a rather extensive list of new features and changes. There is additional work and development done on the smartphone’s next update, and whispers abound that a 5.9.902 update is already being prepared for distribution.
Testers who have successfully applied the 5.9.902 update would have come across additional modifications to their smartphones, albeit these are minor ones that would not be missed too much even if they were not there. Verizon’s VCast Music app has been removed with this particular update, but in return, Amazon’s MP3 store will plant itself firmly in the handset’s ecosystem. Notifications of this update should arrive shortly.
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