Casio G'zOne Commando

Verizon Wireless has released the official Android 2.3 build for the Casio G'zOne Commando, available via OTA update now. In addition to Gingerbread, software version C771M070 adds a number of performance improvements, including reduced lag and a fix to the proximity sensor. If it hasn't pushed to your Commando yet, you can manually initiate the update (Menu Key > Settings > About phone > System Updates > Check New). Full update instructions, as well as a list of features and improvements, can be found at the source link.

Source: Verizon Wireless

 

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Casio G'zOne Commando receives official Gingerbread update

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Not everything...Sittiing here scratching my head wondering what has happened to the US based Galaxy S line.

It is awesome to see less popular phones get some love, props to Casio & Big Red.

"...scratching my head wondering what has happened to the US based Galaxy S line."

Uh...were you not around for the whole "Froyo fiasco"? LOL.

Yeah I love that every P.O.S under the sun seems to be getting GB update, except something like the Samsung Epic on Sprint. What. The. Hell. So glad I dumped that thing for a Nexus S.

Actually, it's not a bad phone. No, it isn't a flagship product, but, if you need a smartphone that can take a beating, the Commando is a good choice.

Upgrade works nice once installed. Had a bit of difficulty getting it installed. First attempt failed and had to factory reset before the phone would try to re-apply the patch.