I already upgraded my HTC Wildfire S to 2.3.5 version and itz amazing :)
Leolion, 01 Feb 2012I live in pakistan and i still have not gotten any update fr my htc wildfire s. i went onto so... moreU have to contact the manufacturer they will ask you for serial number i bought it from brightex and my phone is shipped from singapore hopefully yours also
Today I get newer build number 2.13.401.3 via WI-FI in Macedonia (FOTA update around 14MB size)
First I updated with 2.3.5 one months ago and the build number was 2.13.401.2, and today I update to 2.13.401.3 (also the same O.S. version 2.3.5 but with newer build number 2.13.401.3). The Sense is the same version 2.1 with 3.0 lock screen. HTC strongly recommend to installing this system update.
I hope that some bugs are fixed and may be some optimizations are made??
I live in pakistan and i still have not gotten any update fr my htc wildfire s. i went onto software updates and clicked on check now but i still have got no updates...please help!
Updated here in India. Major Changes noticed: lock\unlock is via a ring, better battery life, more internal memory freed.
i live in pakistan but by phone is shipped from singapore so my bad luck
My HTC Wildfire S has received the update, and now its upgraded to 2.3.5 with HTC Sense 2.1, I live in Pakistan.
Also, following statement has a mistake please fix it as I think you wanted to write "able" instead of "unable":
"We suspect this has something to do with the hardware of these not being unable to handle the latest version of the HTC home-brewed UI."
Halloo everyone who has this bug - htc wildfire s after update to 2.3.5 - cannot install or update any app from Market...
Don’t try cleaning cache and data from Download Manager and Android Market.
Lot of people solved only with uninstalling the updates from Download Manager.
(Also for me help only this):
Go to settings > applications > manage apps > all, select the download manager > clear cache > clear data and then "uninstall the update".
May be the only bug is in update for Download Manager.
I had the same problem, tried cleaning cache and data with no result.
So I went in settings > applications > manage apps > all, picked the download manager and "uninstalled the updates". It told me the app would reset to factory settings, and when I started the phone again, it was running marketplace 3.4.4 and I managed to update and install apps normally after that.
I tried with the suggestion of Kirca, but I still had the problem.
I succeed in solving the problem following the suggestion of ppdox (unistall the updates for the Download Manager app).
If your application has stalled at "Starting download", please use the following troubleshooting steps to help complete your download:
* Confirm that your device is on the list of supported devices, which means it's supported for use with Android Market. If your device is not on this list, please contact your manufacturer with questions.
* For paid applications, confirm your credit card information is up to date by signing in to your Google Wallet account.
* Cancel and restart the download.
* Restart your phone, then try downloading the app again.
* Confirm there is connectivity to either wireless or cellular networks on your device, and contact your mobile service provider if you aren't connected.
* Try your download(s) using both wireless and cellular network connections, and ensure firewalls aren’t blocking access to ports required for Android Market (TCP and UDP 5228).
* Make sure you've cleared the cache and data of both the Market app and the Download manager. Here's how:
1. Visit Menu > Settings > Applications > Manage applications
2. Tab over to "All"
3. Select the Market app, and then tap "Clear data" and "Clear cache;" then, select Download manager and tap "Clear data" and "Clear cache"
* You must be able to successfully sign into Google Talk to download apps from Android Market. Make sure your device is signed into Google Talk by following these steps:
1. Go to your phone’s app launcher, and press the Talk app.
2. If you’re already signed into Talk, press Menu, and then touch Sign out.
3. Launch Talk again to sign in.
alexxey, 17 Jan 2012after I applied software update for my phone (HTC Wildfire S), and the android version updated... moretry may be help this (for me did not)
After update system from 2.3.3 to 2.3.5 may you have some problems with Android Market. If you receive a "Download unsuccessful" message when attempting to download an app, try the following troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue:
•For paid applications, confirm your credit card information is up to date by signing in to your Google Wallet account.
•Clear your Market cache (visit Settings > Applications > Clear cache).
•Restart your phone, then try downloading the app again.
•Wait 10 minutes, and try your download again.
•Confirm there is connectivity to either a wireless or cellular network on your device, and contact your mobile service provider if you aren't connected.
•Ensure there’s enough space on your phone or tablet for the app to install.
••• If none of the above steps work, try remounting your SD card.
••• Visit Menu > Settings > Storage > Unmount SD card; then remount the SD card from the same menu by selecting Remount SD card, or restart the device if the remount option isn’t available.
alexxey, 17 Jan 2012after I applied software update for my phone (HTC Wildfire S), and the android version updated... moreyou must to uninstall download update from apps, go to settings - apps - manage - all apps and there is. i had that problem with 2.3.3 and that is how i resolved
alexxey, 17 Jan 2012after I applied software update for my phone (HTC Wildfire S), and the android version updated... morenice to know i'm not the only one! another problem is that the phone won't connect to mobile internet. wifi works fine. just a few days ago the mobile internet worked just as it is supposed to.
i received the update on the 14th or 15th january in Estonia.