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Can anybody translate this?
更新-HTC Legend軟體無線更新
我們將於8月3號開始提供HTC Legend無線軟體更新,系統會陸續送出更新提示,當您收到系
提示只要點選立即下載即可經由3G/GPRS或無線網路的連線方式,完成您的手機系統更新。(更新後
從功能表>設定>關於手機>版本號碼會更新成2.06.709.3即表示更新成功) 主要更新功能如下: 強化數據連線的穩定性, 修正來電時未響鈴的問題, 提高鈴聲清晰度 注意: 建議您可選擇在有免費的Wi-Fi環境下載更新(例如:住家及辦公室等)。如您目前使用3G網路
下載可能須支付電信業者額外費用,請先確認已申租無限上
費率後再使用。如有疑問請致電 HTC 客服專線 0800-088-858/ 行動電話請撥打(02) 8761-5959。 關於自動線上更新
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Wireless Software Update-HTC Legend update
We will begin on August 3 to provide HTC Legend of wireless software updates, the system will continue to send update notifications when you receive the system
Tips as long as you can by clicking Download or wireless network connection 3G/GPRS way to complete your phone system updates. (Updated
From the menu> Settings> About phone> version number will be updated as 2.06.709.3 means that the update succeeded) main update function as follows: to strengthen the stability of the data connection, to amend the problem does not ring when incoming calls, improving tone clarity NOTE: recommend that you choose to have free Wi-Fi environment to download updates (for example: home and office, etc.). If you are using 3G networks
Download may be required to pay the additional cost carriers, make sure the rent has infinite applications
Rates before use. If in doubt please contact the HTC Customer Service Hotline 0800-088-858 / mobile phone, please call (02) 8761-5959. Automatic online updates on

Google translation mate^_^ Chinese to english
AND YESSS ITS DAMN FROYO - PROOF

Edited by Firecold, 12 August 2010 - 02:52 PM.

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How can you be sure of froyo? Today is 13 august by the way!

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As far as I know Froyo based firmwares should be 3.xx.xxx.x. I have 2.05.405.2 and it 2.1, which is not Froyo(2.2)

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AND YESSS ITS DAMN FROYO - PROOF



Nah...is not Froyo.

i can read chinese, I went HTC taiwan support HTC legend to read up this new update and it doesn't specific anything about Froyo.

Just fix for call quality and 3g connection.

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Nah...is not Froyo.

i can read chinese, I went HTC taiwan support HTC legend to read up this new update and it doesn't specific anything about Froyo.

Just fix for call quality and 3g connection.


That's right, I applied this update over the air (voda UK) to my new Legend yesterday. It came in at about 24 megs and was a basic networking performance tweak, I think it included WiFi as well though.

As I only got my phone yesterday I couldn't say what's changed as the phone found an update straight away but I have H and E notifications for HSDPA and Edge, is that new or not?

I'm just glad voda didn't choose to load the phone up with crapware. :D

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that for sure if not froyo, froyo ROM should be 3.XX and not 2.XX

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That's right, I applied this update over the air (voda UK) to my new Legend yesterday. It came in at about 24 megs and was a basic networking performance tweak, I think it included WiFi as well though.

As I only got my phone yesterday I couldn't say what's changed as the phone found an update straight away but I have H and E notifications for HSDPA and Edge, is that new or not?

I'm just glad voda didn't choose to load the phone up with crapware. :D


You mean you have 2.06.709.3 rom? how u get it? I can't seem to update software maybe due to using Paul r2 Rom.

I having the bugs like enable to send sms sometimes, 3g and wifi problem. as for drop call i not sure.

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You mean you have 2.06.709.3 rom? how u get it? I can't seem to update software maybe due to using Paul r2 Rom.

I having the bugs like enable to send sms sometimes, 3g and wifi problem. as for drop call i not sure.


No, it's firmware version 2.1 update 1 and known as software version 2.05.161.1 at least for Vodafone UK users.

The software version ID differs country by country and if you google you'll see also that it seems Australia had this update way back in May. It aired on Vodafone UK on August 06th or there about.

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Has anyone else had any problems with the text message interface since installing this update? When I go to a text message thread, it goes to the top of the thread (the oldest message I received) rather than the bottom (the newest message I've received) like it used to. This is REALLY frustrating because every time I get a new message from a contact who I've already got a couple of hundred messages from, I have to scroll endlessly to get to the one I actually want to see. Of course, I could delete all my existing messages so I don't have so far to scroll but I really don't think I should have to!

I can't be certain that it was the update that caused this problem, but all I know is that before the update I didn't have this issue, and now I do - so it'd be good to know if anyone else has experienced this.

UPDATE:

Just found a thread on Android Forums covering the topic I just posted on...

http://androidforums...update-1-a.html

It's good to know I'm not the only one having a problem and HTC are on it, but irritating that they've introduced a bug in to the upgrade - and I won't hold my breath for a quick resolve!

Edited by moo_ski_doo, 26 August 2010 - 11:40 PM.

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It's good to know I'm not the only one having a problem and HTC are on it, but irritating that they've introduced a bug in to the upgrade - and I won't hold my breath for a quick resolve!


Since I only got my Legend phone after the firmware update was released and applied it before knowing anything about the update, I didn't suffer with this SMS problem (myself), new phone and no saved messages.

One work-around, until HTC get a fix to fix a fix, out, is to use Handcent's free SMS app. That should work properly and allow you to view newer messages first again! I've been reading about the update and learning that it's apparently caused a lot of grief to many who've since complained about problems not just with messaging (check the 'rooting HTC Legend' sticky thread above). Myself, my phone seems to be okay but I have nothing to compare it to since I didn't experience the old pre-update 1 firmware.

It's really a great shame the Legend forum isn't a little more active that people in the know could've posted a warning so we didn't install such bugged software updates in the first place. Compared to the T-Mobile Pulse forum, this place is barely worth visiting so I hope things change and people start to take an active interest in posting useful information once in a while!

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One work-around, until HTC get a fix to fix a fix, out, is to use Handcent's free SMS app. That should work properly and allow you to view newer messages first again! I've been reading about the update and learning that it's apparently caused a lot of grief to many who've since complained about problems not just with messaging (check the 'rooting HTC Legend' sticky thread above). Myself, my phone seems to be okay but I have nothing to compare it to since I didn't experience the old pre-update 1 firmware.


I've tried that out before and wasn't too impressed with it but it's not a bad idea.

I'm just really uninpressed with HTC for not getting this sorted. Imagine if this were a bug introduced to the iPhone - even for a seemingly minor thing like this there would be uproar and Apple would have it fixed within hours - but as usual as HTC customers, who cares?!

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I've tried that out before and wasn't too impressed with it but it's not a bad idea.

I'm just really uninpressed with HTC for not getting this sorted. Imagine if this were a bug introduced to the iPhone - even for a seemingly minor thing like this there would be uproar and Apple would have it fixed within hours - but as usual as HTC customers, who cares?!


We're in total agreement. If it were Apple, man, would it ever be a big story! Now that I have a few messages building up myself from the same contact, I can see how it quickly becomes a pain to scroll down to your latest message. What numpty at HTC was responsible for cocking this simple little thing up in the first place and which pillock has decided we should all wait till they're good and ready to release a fix?

Yeah, I've tried that Handcent SMS app a couple of times and just prefer the HTC Sense one/Android vanilla for simplicity. I got two notifications for every message I received, which was mildly annoying. There's one called Chomp SMS (as I recall) which might be worth trying?

I love the avatar btw! Moo! Very cool and very apt. Top marks. :huh:

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Yeah, I've tried that Handcent SMS app a couple of times and just prefer the HTC Sense one/Android vanilla for simplicity.

Handecnt is very configurable and allows you to get just as simple a look & expirience as any stock mms app.

I got two notifications for every message I received, which was mildly annoying. There's one called Chomp SMS (as I recall) which might be worth trying?

It's hardly Handcent's fault that another app is also still giving you notifications; if you choose to install it, just disable the stock mms app's notification.

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