The Casio G’zOne Commando, Verizon’s rugged phone with a very bizarre name, seems to receiving another software upgrade. The changes include improved stability to decrease power cycles during PTT calls, the ability to automatically shut off the speakerphone following a PTT call, the removal of “Mobile IM,” an bug fixing update to the Desktop Cradle app, and more. This device will cost 14.9MB of your bandwidth so be sure to get on WiFi if you don’t want that to go against any data caps you may be under. Find instructions to apply the upgrade here.
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