O2 Releases, Then Pulls Desire 2.2 Froyo Update
O2 was all set to release Android 2.2 for the HTC Desire today. Many UK Desire owners were pretty excited, and with good reason. They were finally scheduled to get some Froyo! O2 began to roll it out in stages today, but according to our friends over at AndroidSpin, O2 has pulled the update after numerous reports of devices freezing after upgrading. We haven’t been able to confirm anything yet, but from the look of things, something went wrong with the Desire 2.2 update. We’ll keep you in the loop about any further information.
Has anyone had a Desire which suffered this fate? Let us know.
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