Following freezing issues with the previous Android 2.2 (codenamed FroYo) update, mobile phone operator O2 has released the update again for the HTC Desire.
O2’s original Android 2.2 update for HTC desire was released around three weeks back, but it caused freezes and crashes on the O2 loading screen of their HTC Desire smartphones, which forced the company to remove it.
The company later discovered cause of the problem and fixed it, with hopes that the second round of update would go smoothly.
Android 2.2 update is now live and adding numerous upgraded features to the HTC desire smartphones on the airwaves of O2.
Upgraded features that the Android 2.2 is bringing to the HTC Desire include faster browsing, support for HD video recording, improved phone battery life, file sharing with other devises, and Flash 10.1.
O2 is not the first carrier that has faced problems in upgrading its handsets to the Google’s latest operating system. Orange had to postpone the roll out, while T-Mobile had to pull the update after releasing the German version of FroYo.
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