fazi, 14 Jun 2012my phone not update from this manner setting> about phone> software. plz guide me probably its not yet available in your country...they dont release the update all at the same time.
my phone not update from this manner setting> about phone> software.
plz guide me
Currently my operating system is 2.3.5 software number 2.13.401.3. updated two months ago.
Two days appear FOTA system update about 24,7 MB in Macedonia. Because I was hurry and I quit for later. But after two days is gone and I hope will come back again. I guess that was a system update with a newer software version (2.14.401.1 - or any newer??)
If anyone has more release info about version 2.14.401.1 or any newer? let us say about his experiences if there are any improvements, deterioration, etc..
I am using HTC Wildfire S in that there is a bug with unlocking and call answering. My android version is 2.3.5. Also the cell gets restart automatically during the call.
Google Play Store update to newer version 3.5.15
Missing Market App/Getting Google Play
Android Market is now part of Google Play - Google Play brings together all your favorite content in one place that you can access across your devices.
Missing the Android Market/Google Play store app from your Home screen
If you no longer see the Android Market or Google Play Store app shortcut on your Home screen, you'll need to re-add the icon. From your device's app launcher, find "Play Store" (it looks like a white shopping bag with a colorful sideways triangle) from your device's app launcher, and long press (press and hold) to add it to your Home screen. Note that the icon will be under "P" alphabetically, not under "G."
Missing the Play Store app from your app launcher
If the Google Play Store app doesn't appear in your app launcher, turn your device completely off (you'll need to power down - just turning off the screen is not sufficient). When you power the device back on, check the app launcher again.
Issues first launching Google Play
If the Google Play app disappears or force closes upon first open, please reboot your device (turn it completely off and back on), and try opening the app again.
Who will receive the update from Android Market to Google Play?
If your device can be updated, the Android Market app will automatically update to the Google Play Store app. Once you have it, the Google Play Store app automatically updates itself when new versions become available. This is a silent update, which means you will not see a notification and will not be prompted to update.
If your Android Market application has not updated to Google Play, try the following:
1. Make sure your device is Android operating system (OS) 2.2 or above
* To determine what version of Android your device is running, visit your phone’s Settings. Tap “About phone,” then tap “Software information.” The OS version number will appear under the heading “Android version.”
* If your device is running Android OS 2.1 (Eclair) or below, your device cannot be updated to Google Play, and you’ll continue to see the Android Market app. Older versions of the Android operating system aren’t compatible with the Google Play update. You’ll still be able to browse and buy apps in the version of Android Market available on your phone, and you can check out Android phones running the latest Android operating systems at www.google.com/phone.
2. Ensure you have the latest system update from your carrier or device manufacturer
* Additional system updates may be available from your carrier or device manufacturer in the coming days and weeks, so continue to check your device for new updates.
3. Some Android devices may require an additional system update from the device carrier or manufacturer to get Google Play. If you are running Android 2.2 or above, and have installed the latest system update, please contact your carrier or device manufacturer for more details
* Check the list of supported devices for your phone or tablet. The Google Play Store app is an application created by Google that is only made available to devices that pass Android’s compatibility requirements. In addition, manufacturers must obtain a license from Google in order to install Google Play on their devices. If you don’t have the the Google Play Store app, and your device is not listed here, that means your device is not supported for use with the Google Play Store app at this time. Contact your device manufacturer for additional details.
How do I know what version of the Android Market/Google Play Store app I have?
To check the version of Android Market/Google Play on your device:
1. Press Home, press Menu, and touch Settings
2. Touch Applications
3. Touch Manage applications
4. Touch the All tab (Android 2.2 or higher), or press Menu, touch Filter, and touch All (Android 2.1 or lower)
5. Scroll down and select Market/Play Store
The version number appears below the Market/Play Store title.
mizero, 23 Jan 2012Hi, My HTC Wildfire S has received the update, and now its upgraded to 2.3.5 with HTC Sense... moreHey Mizero which carrier do you have? I also live in Pakistan but didn't get any updates yet. I am on telenor. Please guide me.
how did you get it update on 2.3.5 i am from Pakistan nothing yet, is it cause my phone is from Telstra?!?
g, 13 Mar 2012Atleast guide us how did upgrade? It wud b a great help dude...Goto
Settings -> About phone -> Software updates.
Hi All...just to update you, I just now upgraded my HTC Wildfire S to Android 2.3.5...and it seems to be much better, although would be able to get to know all the benefits in a day or two when I use it.....
Today I updated Android Market to Google Play Store v3.4.7
More info: https://play.google.com/about/
Google has ditched the Android Market moniker and announced a new all-in-one portal for apps, music, books and movies called Google Play.
The shock decision to abandon the Android Market name, which has been part of the Android ecosystem since day one, comes as Google laments the performance of some digital media properties.
From today, the Android Market will now be known as Play Store, while Books, Music and Movies have been renamed Play Books, Play Music and Play Movies.
Your Android Market application on your phone or tablet will be updated with a Google Play Store icon within the next few days (for those on Android 2.2 and above), while the web portals are already live.
All under one roof
Google director of digital content Jamie Rosenberg said in a blog post: "Starting today, Android Market, Google Music and the Google eBookstore will become part of Google Play.
"On your Android phone or tablet, we'll be upgrading the Android Market app to the Google Play Store app over the coming days. Your videos, books and music apps (in countries where they are available) will also be upgraded to Google Play Movies, Google Play Books and Google Play Music apps.
"The music, movies, books and apps you've purchased will continue to be available to you through Google Play - simply log in with your Google account like always."
Google hopes that the re-branded store will help boost revenues and challenge Apple's iTunes which boasts the App Store, Music, Movies, iBooks and more, largely under the same banner.
However, the death of the Android Market, such a staple of our daily experience with Android, is certainly the end of an era and a bold move from Google, proving it is not afraid to shake things up.