The HTC Aria is a rather popular Android device for those on the AT&T network, but it is also one that seems to sit on the sideline in comparison to other devices. This device doesn't take the spotlight often, but today it has received an update. While unfortunately this update is not Android 2.2 (Froyo), it still fixes some things as well as add some new features. This update brings users:
- Firmware Over The Air Activation (FOTA) capability implemented
- Bluetooth Update
- Calendar Fix for recurring meetings: When recurring meetings are modified on the device, they are not syncing the changes with the Microsoft Exchange Server
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