Verizon's flagship LTE mobile hotspot device, the Inseego 8800L, now has a new firmware update called "System Update 4."
This follows on the heels of System Update 3 which was released last January.
Like the previous update, the details of what's changed are annoyingly vague:
This software update provides performance improvements for your device.
The new firmware is dated 04/27/2022 by Inseego and the version number is: SSDX20_1.22.11_Linux_2.100.29 aka 2N.
Key Mobile Internet Related Considerations:
- Verizon's new "System Update 4" promises improved unspecified performance improvements.
- As with previous updates, devices should update automatically over time, but users can manually update via the admin panel when connected to the Verizon network.
- Although we don't know the specific details of this new release, updating to the latest firmware is generally recommended for the best experience, security, and performance.
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