Tuesday , August 22 2017

HTC Salsa, ChaCha, Desire HD, Sensation from Vodafone all get updated

It seems that HTC are pushing out updates to most, if not all, of their devices in Australia at the moment — it started with the HTC Incredible S on Optus and now Vodafone have notified us that 4 HTC devices on their network have updates ready and waiting to be installed onto users devices. So if you’re an owner of one or more of the following devices, check your device for the update:

If you’re going to update your device, plug it into the charger to ensure it doesn’t go flat while updating and brick your phone. Vodafone is allowing users to download the update to their devices over 3G without any charge — so you don’t have to worry about finding a Wi-Fi network to update your device. As always, let us know how you go.

 
Source: Vodafone Blog.

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8 Comments on "HTC Salsa, ChaCha, Desire HD, Sensation from Vodafone all get updated"

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Jamesthedisciple
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Jamesthedisciple

Updated, no problems so far.

Israel McGregor
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any idea how to obtain this rom to flash on a rooted DHD?

Aleks
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Aleks

Root and flash RCMix3D Runny – Android 2.3.5 with Sense 3.5. Pretty sweet.

PseudoEdge
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PseudoEdge

Installed the update to my desire HD, yet to see a significant issue. The look and feel is much nicer. Have not experienced what the other commentors have mentioned……yet

mohamed adel
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thank’s for update  but it is no longer work

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Just updated my Sensation. Mobile Internet no longer works 🙁

Smsandwap
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Smsandwap

Have just updated Desire HD.. phone works at least (shame) HTC Sense hase died a few times though

firie
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firie

My dhd now crashes when answering a call while the phone is on the lock screen. :(. Vodafone told me to take it to a store to get a quote to fix it. >:(

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