Android 2.2 (FROYO) now available for Telstra’s HTC Wildfire
Posted on April 14, 2011
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This week Telstra and HTC released Android 2.2 operating software for the popular HTC Wildfire smartphone.
The new software introduces some great new features including:
- A portable Wi-Fi hotspot mode where you can share HTC Wildfire’s mobile broadband connection with Wi-Fi enabled devices in close proximity.
- A bigger text box to make composing SMS messages easier.
- The ability to store apps on external memory.
- New setting options including being able to independently change ringtone, media and alarm volume.
Here’s how to upgrade
- The update is available over the air — meaning you can upgrade to the new software without using a PC.
- Because it is a large update (56.88MB), we strongly recommend using a home Wi-Fi connection. Mobile Data charges will apply if the software package is downloaded via the Next G® mobile network. If you download via a mobile connection while you are on international roaming then international data charges will apply and this is not recommended.
- Prior to requesting the update, make sure you have 25MB free on your phone’s internal memory to accommodate the update. To check this, go to Settings>SD & Phone storage, this will show the amount of internal storage available.
- To request the OTA update, on your phone press the Menu hard key and go to: Settings>About Phone>System software updates>Check now.
- This update method will retain files saved on your internal phone memory.
We hope you enjoy the update.