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FroYo update available for unbranded Legends

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by macnpaul, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. macnpaul

    macnpaul Active Member
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    The 2.2 update is now available on my unbranded Legend (UK) - can't do it yet though as I'm stuck at work :(
     

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  2. kor0

    kor0 New Member
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    I can confirm.
    I am now downloading FroYo for my unbranded Legend. (Location: Romania, Network: Vodafone)

    LE: FroYo is up&running on my unbranded Legend. Finally!
     
  3. Fish-Bone

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    Im downloading the update as well atm.. Hope everything works smooth and i can finally move all the apps to SD card..
     
  4. bitxboi

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    no problems with it? Loads of people are having problems with the update, as it gets stuck while unzipping, at about 25-30% of progress, showing an error screen
     
  5. heyitsericc

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    Will this work in Canada? And does unbranding void the warranty?
     
  6. M0ffe

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    Mine downloaded without problems. It really seems to be working fine. Calendar now syncs all accounts, the feature I have missed most. K-9 mail wont move to sd, which is a bit disappointing, as this is by far the largest app. Perhaps reinstalling will help.

    So far froyo seems really good.

    For those with prolems: could you by any chance have too little free space on sd card and/or internal phone memory?
     
  7. macnpaul

    macnpaul Active Member
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    De-branding will void the warranty and may in fact cause you problems regarding upgrading to FroYo - don't risk it!
     
  8. macnpaul

    macnpaul Active Member
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