Vodafone launches Android 2.2 update for HTC Desire

FroYo finally hits Vodafone Desires with 360 fix

Vodafone 360 gets the boot for Android 2.2 OS

Vodafone is to start offering Google’s Android 2.2 mobile operating system update, FroYo, to its customers with a HTC Desire handset.

After the fiasco of its wolf in sheep’s clothing update earlier this month that saw Vodafone locked HTC Desire users eagerly expect the FroYo update only to be disappointed by the arrival of a Vodafone 360 update, news of 2.2’s arrival will be well received.

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According to TechRadar, a number of Vodafone’s Desire contingent have reported that the FroYo update is now readily available if activated by the manual updates in the handset’s 'About Phone' settings option.

The update that Vodafone is claiming could take up to two weeks to roll out requires 25MB of internal phone storage to be installed but once their will remove the unwanted and unexpected 360 update that users found themselves stuck with recently.

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