The Motorola DROID Bionic is in the news again today. While it has received its fair share of updates since being released, and many to try and fix 4G LTE issues, today they've went ahead and started pushing another. We first mentioned it was coming last week, and today it's arriving for users so get ready to hopefully see some improvements.
Sadly this is still not Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but while they try and fix a few bugs and issues it is probably preparing the phone for the ICS update that is coming sometime in this third quarter. The changelog is rather small as you can see below. Verizon and Motorola mention data stalls, and 4G LTE as both being fixed or improved so that is a good sign.
Apparently early last week the update was just rolling out to testers, but as of today the public should all be receiving and enjoying this latest update. The Bionic seems to be plagued with 4G LTE problems more than most, so hopefully this finally brings some peace to its owners. As usual you can wait for the update to arrive, or head to Settings>About Phone>System Updates to get it started today. Drop us a comment if you've received the update, and if you've noticed any changes to 4G LTE.