HTC Droid DNA gets Update: Menu button can open Recent Apps

HTC has started rolling out an Update for the HTC Droid DNA, its Flagship Smartphone. The Update has been speculated for sometime now and finally it has arrived. It is available over the Air and for Verizon Users in US

HTC Droid DNA Update

The Update brings comes the Verizon Users with the size of 103.5 MB who can choose to download it.
The Update is more maintenance then upgrade. For starters, it doesn't upgrade the Device to Android Jelly Bean 4.2 which is the OS most users were expecting. With The LG Nexus 4 updated to Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2, it is disappointing for the customers of HTC Droid DNA not to get the update.

The Update Includes:
  • Hotspot Connections improvement
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity enhancement
  • Bluetooth connectivity improved
  • Improvements to Audio Quality for wired headsets
  • Enhanced stability of the Contacts List
  • Improved default browser for zooming capability
  • Incoming messages display with the correct timestamp
The Highlight of the Update is the Mapping of the Menu Button to Recent App button which is something that HTC Droid DNA Users desperately wanted.

Released as HTC J Butterfly in Japan, the Droid DNA is a smartphone with one of the best displays in the smartphone market. The device is currently among the top cellphones and it is likely that only the next flagship of HTC ( HTC One) is going to beat it. HTC is set to announced it’s the HTC One on Feb. 19th 2013.

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