It is official. Android 2.2 Froyo update is now available for HTC Wildfire and HTC Legend smartphones. Well, for HTC Legend owners, the update has already been available in December last month, but if you haven’t updated it yet, you should.
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Good news for owners of the HTC Wildfire. According to a Facebook discussion post, the Android smartphone will be getting the Android 2.2 Froyo update, starting this week in Europe. And yes, other parts of the world will be getting it too.
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While some in parts of the world have gotten the Android 2.2 firmware for their HTC Desire smartphones, many others were still left to wait for telco-specific or regional rollouts. HTC has given the green light for the Froyo update for those in Singapore; so grab your Desire and start updating guys!