Owners of the HTC Desire on O2 are once again receiving an update to the Android 2.2 operating system, known as Froyo, following issues with the initial roll out three weeks ago.
The major updates Froyo brings are HD video recording and updates Flash to 10.1, both significant improvements.
Key upgrades to the operating system such as this are eagerly awaited by many smartphone owners, but after O2 released an Froyo Android 2.2 over-the-air update for the HTC Desire at the beginning of the month, many users were left frustrated by numerous problems.
Issues included the browser crashing when trying to view web pages, and the phone itself crashing on start-up. Following these problems O2 released a statement that said it was putting the update on hold and asked users for their patience – and three weeks later they’ve been rewarded.
The update is naturally quite large, so it’s advisable to do so over Wi-Fi and to back up your data too, just in case.