LG Ally has just received Android 2.2 Froyo earlier than expected, so Verizon users can consider themselves lucky. We’re dealing with a 52.3MB software package, updating the device to Android 2.2 VS740ZVD. The update brings the usual improvements: better security (remote phone wipe, locking, complex passwords), switching between the last 8 apps used and voice commands enhancement.


The web browser is also improved (loads Java Script pages faster) and screen rotation now supports 270 degree movements for full app compatibility. The contact directory combines corporate and Google accounts with ease and social networking feats are also given a boost. No LG Ally user who performed the update mentioned anything about Adobe Flash 10.1, although that should be on board, too.

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