Casio G’ZONE Commando update now rolling out, brings Push-to-talk and more

If you’re a Casio G’ZONE Commando user, you might want to check your phone for an update. The rugged Android phone is currently in the process of receiving update C771M10D. The update brings a number of improvements and bug fixes to the device. The biggest thing you’ll see in this update is the addition of free Push-to-Talk.

You can manually check to see if the update is available for your G’ZONE Commando by going Home > Settings > About phone > System Updates > Check new.

List of new features, bug fixes, and enhancements in the C771M100 Casio G’ZONE Commando update

  • Push to Talk is now available at no additional monthly charge. To enable, see directions below.
  • Google Mobile Services has been updated to Gingerbread R8.
  • Improvements in security with the latest Google Security Patch.
  • Alert message has been added for zoom functionality when picture quality reaches the maximum (5.0 MP).
  • A new, enhanced Verizon Video Application will replace the current V CAST Video app.
  • Successfully delete emails without delay.
  • Text messaging and multimedia messaging signatures have been added.
  • Correctly enter your PIN/Password in Lotus Traveler without error.
  • Keep the screen locked after a call is ended via a Bluetooth® headset in order to avoid unexpected dialing in the pocket.
  • LED flash for missed call or text has been added back.

Source: Verizon Wireless | via Droid Life

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