Disgruntled G1 user, 31 Dec 2010That's why it says the UK and not the US. The G1 is not getting the update, stupid sharks!It's true?!?! I can't belive it. O.O
@Disgruntled G1 user: Read the source...
That's why it says the UK and not the US. The G1 is not getting the update, stupid sharks!
htc lover, 19 Dec 2010plz anyone telme that can i update htc magic to android 2.2 through software update via wifi??... moreYou can in fact update over WiFi. I do warn anyone updating about a few things: 1) There are two updates, the first one is small and doesnt take long to install, it just prepares your phone for 2.2 2) The second update is about 45MB and takes ages to install. For some reason it took about 4 hours for my phone to recognize there was a second update so be patient. Thanks HTC!
plz anyone telme that can i update htc magic to android 2.2 through software update via wifi?? im using a sim free phone.. il b very thankful for ur reply
plz anyone telme that can i update htc magic through software update via wifi?? im using a sim free phone..
il b very thankful for ur reply
Its not just for UK, over here in aus, we're getting the update too.
boooooooooombadier samsung!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yeah thats what im talking about, so htc deserves a hug as they show care and love to their costumers................yeah!!!! awesome htc.so many sorcerrers out there for such old phones, making costum firmware. how i wish there is a sorcerrer that can give a fully stable firmware for the samsung galaxy spica..................thumbsup htc..you have my love my lord...!!!!!!bow.
core, 16 Dec 2010[quote="Djscope"]My magic has had the cyanogen mod for ages now... Let me just say t... more@core
U'll first flash ur kernel using fastboot to get clockworkmod, to do this ull need to downgrade to 1.6 to root ur magic with androot.. then go to xda forum, in the magic section ull find cyangen mod 6.1 with a lot of instructions all over the place once it's flashed ill need to get setcpu app and it will let u overclock... easiest is to go to xda forum and read throught the threads... hope you get it done.. it's confusing at first, but once u get the ball rolling, it's as easy as pie
Again, HTC showing their support for all of their devices.
Meanwhile, Motorola are struggling to meet their own deadlines when it comes to getting Froyo out for the Milestone. Not to mention the fact that they refuse to update most of the devices that the American equivalents have had for months.
If you're looking for a Android phone, please don't get a Motorola.
oh, i just sold my magic after getting desire z. should keep it as a toy then.
[quote="Djscope"]My magic has had the cyanogen mod for ages now... Let me just say that this phone doesnt give froyo any justice, even if its oc'ed to 614mhz[/quote]
What i must do except put cyogenic android froyo on my device to overclock it ? Put lin for that kind of info. Tnx a milion!!
The update is not limited to UK Vodafone Magic, the Dutch Vodafone Magic is also receiving the update. Hurrah! :-)
This is really excellent news! Hope others manufacturers, networks and retailers will follow this! Bravo, Vodafone!
This is exciting stuff for our customers. Android fones are awsome and we always get people coming in asking more about android than anything else. Long live android :)
Vodafone Retail Staff
I suppose this is due to the fact that the Magic doesn't have the Sense UI to start with, meaning a minimal porting effort... shall we hope Froyo for the HTC Hero ? Guess not :)
I totally dislike touch-driven cellphones. As for the platforms they may rely on, I don't think we should care that much about them as long as they provide the basics.
that is excellent customer support samsung!!!!!!! learn!!! learn!!!!!!!!!!! i'm still stuck with 2.1 on my captivate!!!!!! so far, froyo seems like a dream to me...
"Why cry about your precious updates? You were quite happy to get your phone with its installed version of the operating system when you bought it. LOL"
My magic has had the cyanogen mod for ages now... Let me just say that this phone doesnt give froyo any justice, even if its oc'ed to 614mhz