Telstra Desire Customers Still Waiting On Froyo Update

Back on September 15, Telstra promised it would deliver the long-awaited update to Froyo for customers who had purchased the HTC Desire. One month later, it hasn’t happened, but Telstra is still claiming it will happen in “the next few days”.

On Telstra’s official Twitter account, a customer enquiring about the update was told it would appear “within the next few days”. Given the flexible definition of a month Telstra has already used, holding your breath might not be wise. A subsequent tweet suggested that approval by Google was a factor in the hold-up. Delays on official Android upgrades are not unusual, sadly. Update: Telstra has also confirmed that the update won’t be over the air due to its size, but will be offered via the HTC web site.

[via Gizmodo]

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