Update to Help Smooth Out Thunderbolt Data Issues
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May 2, 2011, 10:32 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless published details about a forthcoming software update for the HTC Thunderbolt. Though many of the improvements are minor, Verizon says that the update will improve the Thunderbolt's data connectivity with its 3G network. It will also improve GPS accuracy and the speed with which the GPS radio interacts with Google Maps and VZ Navigator for better real-time mapping updates. Other improvements include stabilized app performance, and better storage of SMS/MMS. Verizon has not yet scheduled the update for delivery.
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