The past week we've seen quite a bit of updates from the folks over at Verizon Wireless, and today we have another one that's hitting devices as we speak. It looks like the HTC DROID DNA is next up and Verizon and HTC are rolling an update out this week aiming to fix their "SIM card error" bug that's bothered many users.
If you don't know what we're talking about then you haven't experienced this issue and your wonderful 5-inch DROID DNA has been working as expected. For those who've suffered this obnoxious bug you'll be happy to know Verizon has fixed the issue, and you should be good to go in no time. Well, as long as you have a WiFi connection to accept and download said update.
Today Verizon has confirmed the DROID DNA is getting a small 33MB bug fixing update aimed specifically at the SIM issue. It was last updated back in February with a rather large list of fixes, and this update appears to only be focusing on this one SIM issue and that is all. While we can expect a few other improvements, Verizon didn't highlight any on their update changelog.
After the small 32.9MB update you'll be on software version 710RD and still the same Android version, only you won't get that pesky SIM error anymore - or at least we hope not. As usual head into settings > about phone > software updates and give it a go. Let us know if it fixes your problem in the comment section below.
[via Verizon Support]