Major carrier Verizon has just published the official changelog for the next FP1 software update for Samsung DROID Charge.
Although there’s no telling when exactly the carrier will start pushing the update, it seems that FP1 will bring important improvements and enhancements.
First and foremost, the phone will be pre-loaded with Verizon Remote Diagnostics (VRD) application, which will provide owners with better customers support.
According to Verizon, the application allows its Customer Care service to remotely check the DROID Charge
for troubleshooting, training and app demos.
This seems to be something similar with what HTC plans to offer in the near future. The Taiwanese handset maker announced earlier today that it has teamed up with LogMeIn to offer HTC Android phones owners the possibility to have their remotely configure, troubleshoot and diagnose their devices.
It is also worth mentioning the user interface has been updated and the DROID Charge has been enabled with the Wireless Alerting System, and is no longer receiving a promo notification while using Mobile Hotspot.
VZ Navigator has been updated to version 220.127.116.11 as well, while the Google Mobile Services received Google Books, Google Play Store and Gmail apps.
The update also fixes a problem that allowed the smartphone to lose data connectivity when the USB cable was connected or disconnected. DROID Charger users will also be available to check data activity
with the Wi-Fi icon in the status bar.
In-call sound has been improved as well, as users won’t be experiencing any choppy audio, clicking noises and one-way audio noises anymore.
The desk-dock crash issue has been addressed as well, along with the “no tones” dial pad problem that allows easy access to voice mail and other automated systems.
Verizon has yet to disclose the release date of the update, but we can safely assume that it will be pushed within the next few days.