Sprint Pushes Android 2.1 Update Back to Q2
May 7, 2010, 4:22 PM by Philip Berne
In an official forum post concerning an update for the HTC Hero and Samsung Moment, Sprint said it had hoped to have this issue resolved by now.
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OMG NO ONE CARES!!!
I upgraded my DROID way before Big Red/ Motorola handed out 2.1.
I'm so over Android, back to Blackberry.
Do the dumbs know that Big Red has not updated the Eris either?
Honestly I dont know what to think of the hero update. They have sense 2.1, they have stable leaked roms so you know the coding is there.
Just in Time
for Froyo to get released. 😕
for it to lose relevance.
Oh, look, it's Dr. Doom.
Flash sucks! If you don't get your Android update immediately the earth will blow up! Whatever popular tech you like, I say it sucks!
Apples update will be on time...
perfect example... all the Sprint Fandroids that still cant use 2.2 because Sprint/Google doesnt care.
**REMINDER** the carriers are are in business to make money, they pay Samsung,HTC and Motorola to program the first iteration of the Android OS. Carriers do not want to spend a lot of money on programmers for (free) software updates when they c...
I laugh at how little you know about an industry you can't help but comment on.
And genius, 2.2 isn't out yet
You, like deepbluesky, should just stop posting. You're just embarrassing yourself.
Carriers are in it to make money... Really? How is Apple any better? For the same item, you pay *MORE* for *LESS* functionality. Yet they are supposedly better? Fashion is over-priced.
Devices on 2.0 or higher?
HTC Nexus One
Which in business talk means sometime before 2012 (Which I assume they are hoping ends the world so they won't be arsed to finish the upgrade).
The Evo will...
EVERYONE SETTLE DOWN!
Maybe they meant to say Q2.1 - 😁
I bet you it's because of one of Sprint's POS apps...
Patience is not just a virtue.....
"IF" this does happen, I would think the whiners and complainers on this topic at hand, would welcome the wait.