The good news is that Verizon and HTC haven’t forgotten about the Incredible 2 users. As a matter of fact, the two companies have just issued the Android 2.3.4 update, which mostly deals with weird roaming performance. For instance, users will now be able to dial the “+1” prefix when roaming internationally in CDMA markets. Moreover, there’s a new option to set Data roaming for “all trips” or for “individual trips,” while sending and receiving of messages in roaming is also improved.
Additionally, this release also packs improved server connections for email synchronization and Mail application stability, which is also the case with the Visual Voice Mail application (improved stability).
In a nutshell, whether you’re travelling a lot or not, you’ll want to update. Hit “Settings” -> “About phone” and check for the new software version. Needless to say, make sure your battery is fully charged and that you’re in a hotspot while download the 32MB-heavy file…