HTC Desire Fro-Yo update imminent for 3 customers


HTC Desire Fro Yo update imminent for 3 customers

3 have announced that the FroYo update to Android 2.2 for Desire owners is coming the next 24-48 hours. 

An announcement on the 3 blog apologies for the delay and says the update will coming Over The Air in the next day or two. 

So keep an eye on your phone… 

 

Full statement: 

“We appreciate that many of you have been left frustrated with the time it’s taken us to get the Android 2.2 update for the HTC Desire out to you. I’ve read all your comments and it’s obvious that we haven’t been as clear as we should have been in communicating the details of the process to you. We’re as frustrated as you are with the length of time it’s taken to get this update out and we’re looking at ways to reduce the lengthy updates process and communicate better with you moving forwards.

So you’re clear on where we are now and to reassure you it won’t be much longer, this is what’s been happening: Two weeks ago we approved the customised version of the Froyo update. We then sent it to HTC who rebuilt it as an ‘over the air’ package, this took around a week. We’ve since tested it and have approved the ‘OTA’ package today. We have sent it to HTC and we’ve been told it could be live within 24hours and at worse case 48 hours.
We’ll have another update from HTC tomorrow morning and if for any reason there is another delay we’ll post quickly explaining why. Thanks for all your feedback, it’s helping us shape a better process.”

“We appreciate that many of you have been left frustrated with the time it’s taken us to get the Android 2.2 update for the HTC Desire out to you. I’ve read all your comments and it’s obvious that we haven’t been as clear as we should have been in communicating the details of the process to you. We’re as frustrated as you are with the length of time it’s taken to get this update out and we’re looking at ways to reduce the lengthy updates process and communicate better with you moving forwards.
So you’re clear on where we are now and to reassure you it won’t be much longer, this is what’s been happening: Two weeks ago we approved the customised version of the Froyo update. We then sent it to HTC who rebuilt it as an ‘over the air’ package, this took around a week. We’ve since tested it and have approved the ‘OTA’ package today. We have sent it to HTC and we’ve been told it could be live within 24hours and at worse case 48 hours.
We’ll have another update from HTC tomorrow morning and if for any reason there is another delay we’ll post quickly explaining why. Thanks for all your feedback, it’s helping us shape a better process.”

 

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