12
Aug
HTC-Desire

After Vodafone deployed an HTC Desire update last week that was full of crapware, customers responded with understandable anger. After initially standing firm on the crapware (“Vodafone 360”), Vodafone has now backed off and will remove it with the next update. The next update? Vanilla Froyo - and it’s coming in 7-10 days.

The surprising thing here is that the update will apparently be an unmolested version of Android 2.2 - something they elected not to do with their Nexus One update. The only customizations Vodafone will be making to the Froyo Desire update are to the network settings, in order to “optimise them for [their] network.” This is obviously good news for Desire owners, as it means they’ll receive the update sooner, and without any extra Vodafone “goodies.”

HTC-Desire

Congrats to Vodafone customers for standing together and staring down the huge teleco. Power to the people (... or something.)

[Source: BBC News]

Aaron Gingrich
Aaron is a geek who has always had a passion for technology. When not working or writing, he can be found spending time with his family, playing a game, or watching a movie.

  • http://www.mydaily-gadget.com/ MyDaily-Gadget.com

    Better an untouched update than no update at all.

    • jurrabi

      Better an untouched update that any touched update at all"

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