News about the LG Ally (LG VS740) receiving Froyo (Android 2.2) emerged from last summer, and a few weeks ago we reported that the Froyo update would arrive in February. - Some security options have been improved: device lock, remote device wipe, password complexity, as well as a minimum password length is now mandatory

- If you long press the physical home key, you’ll be able to switch between the last eight applications you used
- Faster browser (with the V8 JavaScript Engine), meaning faster loading of Java Script pages
- Enhanced screen rotation (270 degrees) for app compatibility
- Bluetooth voice dialing shows your verbal instructions and repeats them, so that you make sure they’re accurate
- Updated contact directory, which now mixes corporate and Google accounts
- Get the latest Amazon, Amazon MP3, Facebook and Thinkfree Office apps
- Immediate data re-connection after a long voice call
- The LG Social Application
LG has beat Samsung to update to Android 2.2 Froyo for the LG Ally.  The software update is called LG VS740ZVD, and it offers greater security and better Bluetooth calling.  You will need to enable Wi-Fi and wait for the update notice to appear, and you can manually update by going to "Home" > "Menu" > "Settings" > "About phone" > "System updates."

List of New Update Features in the LG Ally update: Improved security options include remote device wipe, device lock, password complexity, and a minimum password length. Updated contact directory, which combines corporate and Google accounts.
The new Android 2.2 Froyo update for the LG Ally has new features that should improve your security options, enhance browser performance that should make it run a lot faster for JavaScript pages, enhances screen rotation app compatibility and much more.
By. Androidguys

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