desire on o2


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  1. ahellary

    ahellary Member This Topic's Starter

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    hi there

    how can i tell if my desire has been branded/locked by o2 and what does it mean to me and getting th new 2.2 android?
     

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  2. WozzaTT

    WozzaTT Well-Known Member

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    Does it show the O2 logo when you switch the phone on?

    If so it's locked to O2 and 2.2 will probably come to it in a few weeks, maybe longer. I'm on O2.
     
  3. CarsnGadgets

    CarsnGadgets Well-Known Member

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    sucks doesnt it :0(
     
  4. ahellary

    ahellary Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok mine does show the o2 logo

    is there a way of debranding or is it better to wait?
     
  5. highlandfunkateer

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    Root your phone guys and get a 2.2 ROM installed. I'm new to Android and also on o2. I rooted on Thursday and have tried 5 different 2.2 ROM's. Now have one I am happy with. It a really easy process and no waiting on o2!!
     
  6. ahellary

    ahellary Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks you got any more details on how its done and which rom
     
  7. WozzaTT

    WozzaTT Well-Known Member

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    To be honest it doesn't bother me to wait. I can't see that the update's going to make a massive difference to what is already a great device? Day to day, it'll just be the same surely?

    No doubt many will disagree! :D
     
  8. anoniemouse

    anoniemouse Well-Known Member

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    You are correct there m8, there are quite a few performance boosts & additions in froyo.
    I can definitely recommend it, personally i went the rooting way & glad i did.
     
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  9. WozzaTT

    WozzaTT Well-Known Member

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    Nice one! Does it include being able to store apps on the SD card? That and a bit of extra speed will do me :)
     
  10. anoniemouse

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    Froyo does give you the ability to store apps on sd card, but only if the apps are coded to
     

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