I find myself hitting the software update button on my Infuse almost every day. I don't expect to actually see an update come through, but today an update actually happened! I have no idea what it's for (My Infuse was completely up to date to this point.)
It's a pretty large file that is in the process of downloading. Looks like 19,173kb. It has downloaded about a quarter of it and now it's sort of frozen.
Anyone have an idea what this update might be? I can't imagine that it's the long awaited Gingerbread update we've all been waiting for.
Just cheked on mine and showed that my current software is up to date. I have not seen an update come through on mine since the one that was delivered OTA about six weeks ago (2.2.1 what shows as my current firmware version).
I can't get the stupid thing to download all the way. It makes it about halfway and then stops. I guess I need to drive to a better location with better coverage. I think I read somewhere that it doesn't download over wifi.
You should consider yourself lucky. I"m still on 2.21, UCKD5. I've never gotten an update of any sort.
I have the same problem. I got my Infuse in May, and always get the "Software up to date" message when I check. I've got froyo.uckd5, as well. Everyone talks about getting updates, but I've never gotten anything.
fwiw I am on UCKE3. I think there may have been an update in the early summer, not certain. So I'm guessing that I started on UCKD5 like Lavman and Mountaineer, got an update they did not get yet, but did not yet get the UCKH1 update that the rest of you consider old. Meanwhile, software update continues to tell me that my software is up to date.
So, if AT&T would actually release the mythical Gingerbread, anyone have a guess as to how many months it would take to distribute it to everyone? Do you think it would arrive before my contract expires (May 2013)?
Just go to XGA website or I think I saw one on here and download a custom ROM. You will like it better and it won't have all the AT&T bloatware. If you have a problem you can always re-root your phone back to stock AT&T and take it into the store. I will never use an AT&T standard ROM again. You don't know what you are missing. I have used 4 different ROM's and like them all - none of them bricked the phone.