After you click the Update button, the carrier settings are immediately updated, and you’re good to go. It’s really important to do these carrier updates, because unlike updating to the latest i OS, carrier updates solve actual problems.
At the time of this writing, in just 2 short days, I will have a Droid DNA in-hand -- a much-welcomed change from my HTC Thunderbolt, which I also purchased the moment it hit the market nearly 2 years ago.This is only happening because I called Verizon and inquired about an early upgrade, despite having an inconsequential 2 months left before For my particular experience, I kicked things off by calling 611 (the same as dialing 1-800-922-0204) from my cell phone, which is the number for Verizon support.Here's how to get your Android updates for Straight Talk on your Verizon device: 1.A computer that runs Windows 7 or better or a MAC running OS 10 (Don't 4.One of the employees I spoke with told me that he, himself, had turned people away literally the day before they were able to upgrade.
Likewise, another employee told me that I would just have to "grin and bear it" for the two remaining months of my "new every two" dealy-o.
Is your phone not holding calls where it previously had a strong signal?
If you have a CDMA device like those found on Sprint and Verizon, you may need to update your Preferred Roaming List (PRL).
If you’ve had an i Phone for a while, you might have seen a popup message that tells you there is a Carrier Settings Update and asking if you’d like to update them now. Carrier settings updates are small files that can include updates from Apple and your carrier to carrier-related settings, such as network, calling, cellular data, messaging, personal hotspot, and voicemail settings.
If you’re the type that doesn’t click things until you know what they are (good for you! You may receive notifications from time to time to install new carrier-settings updates.
Especially older devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3.