Verizon’s posted a changelog for a new update that appears to be coming to the LG Revolution. Little more than bug fixes will be found this time, but you’ll still want to know what’s new. Android security patches have been applied, picture messages will be sent properly if you’re connected to WiFi, an issue with duplicate text messages has been fixed, and more. Check out the full changelog int his handy .PDF file sitting on Verizon’s servers. The update isn’t rolling out yet, but past happenings indicate we should be seeing it sometime very soon. [via Android Police]
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