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HTC DROID Incredible OTA update begins rolling out

Updated 4 years ago

Verizon Wireless began rolling out a new minor software update Thursday evening. While the listed improvements are hardly earth shattering, there is one addition that is of particular interest: Verizon’s V CAST Apps store. The new store will allow DROID Incredible users to download and install applications in a manner similar to the Android Market, but V CAST Apps supports carrier billing. This means purchases made can be billed to a subscriber’s Verizon Wireless account as opposed to a credit card. The update, delivered over the air as an 18MB file, should be pushed out to all users over the next few days. Hit the jump for a full change log.

Improvements:  (3.26.605.1/Baseband Version:

•Updated Flash® player includes security enhancements.
•Visual Voice Mail Wi-Fi improvements include removal of incorrect service messages and post-call notifications.
•Enhanced support for Yahoo!® IMAP email.
•Updated Slacker application.
•Attach files larger than 5 MB.
•Updated COX POP3 email settings.
•Play YouTube videos in YouTube application.
•Seamlessly switch between portrait and landscape views in Google Maps.™
•Updated Comcast POP3 email settings.
•Search key and other buttons displayed in correct order.


•Preinstalled V CAST Apps lets users purchase applications directly from their devices and bill them to a Verizon Wireless account.


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