Motorola Droid Bionic Bug Fix Update Released for Testing

December 10, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola Droid Bionic owners will love to hear this. Finally, the bug fix update for the handset is slowly reaching the users.

The Verizon’s first dual-core 4G LTE smartphone has been facing many problems in the 3G/4G data connectivity, audio, Mobile Hotspot and more, from the launch back in September. The fix update developed by Motorola will be released to a group of some thousands of Droid Bionic handsets for testing today.

Motorola Droid Bionic Bug Fix Update Released for Testing

It has been reported that the Droid Bionic users registered in the Motorola Feedback Network has started getting the update notification on their phones. The new software update version 5.5.893 will provide more stability to avoid power cycles, a faster auto focus in the camera, better 4G/3G connectivity, supports 8 devices via Mobile Hotspot and lot more.

Motorola and Verizon have asked the Droid Bionic owners to give their feedbacks on the 54.5MB massive fixing update within two days. If the testing turns successful, the company will be officially releasing the software update pack to all the smartphones soon.

The company hopes that no serious issues will be seen in the handsets now receiving the test pack. They would like to prepare the answers for all the possible queries of the users, once the update is officially released.

They reminded that a delay in the launch will only happen if anything big goes wrong as they have to go back and fix it. Check your Droid Bionic phones to get the update pack.

Tell us how your revised handset works now.

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