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Smile 2.2 OTA Update in next 2 weeks - From HTC support

Dear Jonathan, Thank you for contacting us in regards to your flash player issue. Within the next 2 weeks HTC wil release the Android 2.2 OS over the air. The will enable the lastest version of Adobe Flash Player on your device and will resolve any exisiting issues. I trust that this resolves your query, please do not hesitate to contact us again if required. Thank you for contacting HTC. Best regards, xxxxxxxxxxxxx HTC Technical Support

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What can I say! bring it on!
 
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That's brilliant news! Can't bloody wait!
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Brilliant, lets hope his word is good for it !!
Thanks for the info.
 
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I still wouldn't be too suprised if it doesn't come out at that time.

By now it's getting kind of a fail on Google's side that they teased us with Froyo mid may and still haven't officially released it even on the N1. I'm afraid Apple's iOS 4 will beat Froyo to the market. After iOS4 mass market will not care much for Android at least for another half year.

We have to keep our hopes high though, so hopefully in 2 weeks we'll be running Froyo.
 
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IF, and I say if, that's true then fair play HTC!!
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I still wouldn't be too suprised if it doesn't come out at that time.

By now it's getting kind of a fail on Google's side that they teased us with Froyo mid may and still haven't officially released it even on the N1. I'm afraid Apple's iOS 4 will beat Froyo to the market. After iOS4 mass market will not care much for Android at least for another half year.

We have to keep our hopes high though, so hopefully in 2 weeks we'll be running Froyo.
I agree. I think if you don't release the update within a few weeks of announcing it publicly, it reflects very badly on your planning/preparation. And as much as I hate Apple, I think they are pretty good at these things, while Google clearly has a long way to go. If they do screw up with Froyo, Android's dreams of catching up with iPhone in terms of market share would remain dreams for a long long time.
 
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Ah, so it begins. The rumour of the 23rd of June is now being pushed back by another two weeks before we even get to the 23rd.

Can we stop this? In just under two weeks someone will receive another email pushing it back another few weeks, and again, and again and so on.

Until HTC say "It'll be out on this date" this emailing customer service nonsense should just stop.
 
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Ah, so it begins. The rumour of the 23rd of June is now being pushed back by another two weeks before we even get to the 23rd.

Can we stop this? In just under two weeks someone will receive another email pushing it back another few weeks, and again, and again and so on.

Until HTC say "It'll be out on this date" this emailing customer service nonsense should just stop.
It says 'within the next two weeks'. ;)
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Last time i checked the 23rd was in the next 2 weeks. OTA updates are rarely on the same date for everyone for a number of reasons, so an exact date may not be possible.

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