Late last week, a smattering of reports from DROID Incredible users suggested an OTA update was rolling out, but it seems it was a slight test from Verizon and HTC as users had trouble pulling it down themselves. It looks like the rollout may be launching for the majority of you, though. See if you can’t pull it down from the cloud and let us know if you are able to. And if you are, be sure to head back here with your impressions and discuss the update with fellow owners in the DROID Incredible section at AndroidForums.com.
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