Casio G’zOne Commando software update gets push-to-talk capability

Verizon Wireless has released a software update for the Casio G’zOne Commando rugged smartphone that adds the ability to make push-to-talk phone calls. This will be a free service, and apart from receiving walkie-talkie capability on your phone. Bringing the Commando’s software version to C771M100, other enhancements include a fix for a bug that left the device’s screen unlocked after a call was placed over a Bluetooth headset and tweaks that make for quicker email deletion. To enable Push-to-Talk after the update, simply log into the My Verizon account and add the required code. Then, simply open the Push-to-Talk app from within the Apps tab on the smartphone and enable this feature by clicking “OK.”

Here is the full change-log of the C771M100 Software Update:
*Push to Talk is now available at no additional monthly charge.
*Updated Google Mobile Services to Gingerbread R8.
*Improvements in security with the latest Google Security Patch.
*Addition of the Alert message for zoom functionality when picture quality reaches the maximum (5.0 MP).
*A new, enhanced Verizon Video Application will replace the current V CAST Video app.
*You can now successfully delete emails without delay.
*Addition of the Text messaging and multimedia messaging signatures.
*You can now enter your PIN/Password in Lotus Traveler without error.
*Screen will be locked after a call is ended via a Bluetooth headset.
*LED flash for missed call or text has been added back.


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