Verizon wireless phone updating
It also issued a reminder pop-up notification every time a consumer charged, rebooted or turned on the screen of their Note 7 device.
Quite a few Verizon i Phone users are reporting on Twitter and Verizon forums that they’ve received dialog box prompting them to update Carrier Settings.
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.
Only one carrier's not going along with Samsung's plans to brick remaining Galaxy Note 7s.
Verizon Wireless, the biggest wireless provider in the US, said Friday it won't issue a software update that would prevent Note 7 devices from charging and would "eliminate their ability to work as mobile devices." Samsung earlier in the day announced plans for the update to make sure the remaining 7 percent of Note 7 owners turn in their phones.
But then some replacement units started having the same problem.
"We will not push a software upgrade that will eliminate the ability for the Note 7 to work as a mobile device in the heart of the holiday travel season.
Continue Reading Verizon phones are equipped to update when the person who is using the phone changes location.
The phone may change towers that the signal is drawn from, and the phone may begin to go into a roaming mode when it is too far from the home tower.
Did you get a message to update your carrier settings?
Let us know how it goes and if you’ve noticed any difference after the update.The Note 7, which hit the market in mid-August, was expected to solidify Samsung's lead in the mobile market after a strong showing with its Galaxy S7.