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Early Froyo adopters
So I was one of the early adopters of the Sunday Froyo release. Probably over excited b/c I had just gotten it on Thursday and going to my keyboard and typing in the address to download it was the only thing that I put the phone down and stopped petting it for.
Needless to say, now I'm not in compliance or out of the norm according to HTC who is "working hard" on getting me back in line with their supported releases.
Any word on a way to get the official and final build OTA release on this beauty? If I rooted my phone, could I use recovery to flash the official release to my precious?
- 08-04-2010, 04:18 PM #2
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Please.... it's all the same.. The Froyo 2.2 build for the Motorola Droid line of phones at Verizon will be totally different than the Froyo 2.2 build for Sprint and the EVO and I am sure when the Epic comes out and gets upgraded to 2.2 it won't be the same build number either... If it works it works.... Leave it alone....
- 08-04-2010, 06:17 PM #9
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Since then I've flashed to the .6 update with the leaked RUU found on xda (LINK!)
It worked flawlessly and since I use AppBrain, getting everything back on my phone was a breeze. Backed up my SD card JIC and flashed RUU.
just FYI, it does wipe your phone back to factory, but does not do anything to the contents on your SD.
Last edited by dboftlp; 08-07-2010 at 12:47 PM. Reason: added RUU link on xda
- 08-07-2010, 01:44 PM #11