Review: Casio G'zOne Commando
The Commando uses the stock Android browser. The features of the browser haven't changed in what feels like an eternity, but it's a solid browser.
Browsing speeds on Verizon's 3G network range from average to poor. As mentioned above, the Commando had trouble with Verizon's network. Its signal issues likely played a role here in the sub-standard browsing performance.
This made the mobile hotspot feature all but unusable. In tests, I was never able to get more than one Wi-Fi device to find and use the Commando's data connection, and it was tenuous at best.
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The Commando is as customizable as any other Android device. Casio and Verizon have, however, gone to obvious pains to customize the Commando for you with its specialized software and features.
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Casio's G'zOne Commando Gets Hefty Maintenance Update
Apr 20, 2012
Verizon Wireless has announced the details about a system update for the Casio G'zOne Commando. The update, which can be downloaded over the air, installs a broad range of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Casio G'zOne Commando Update Adds Push-to-Talk
Feb 1, 2012
Verizon Wireless has made a system update available to the Casio G'zOne Commando that adds support for free push-to-talk services. The update also makes improvements to security, replaces the V CAST Video app with Verizon Video, adds new system alerts, and fixes a variety of bugs.
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