Updating verizon wireless service
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Let us know how it goes and if you’ve noticed any difference after the update.
As it widely known, all LTE Verizon-branded cell phones are required by law to come unlocked out of the box.
Users who are having trouble with the signal on their phone will often be asked to first update the phone to ensure that the problem is not coming from a poor signal.
Once it has been updated for optimal service, a phone will work to its best capabilities.
An important thing about updating your phone's firmware is that certain security features will also be up-to-date and of course, Android features from Google will also be added or updated.
But that has a side effect: You will no longer receive over-the-air updates for your device, leaving you stuck on your current Android version forever.