11 Aug HTC recently released the official update to Android "Gingerbread" for their popular Desire smartphone. The update doesn't get pushed to users over-the-air the way they usually do, instead users who are confident with installing ROMs are suggested to download and install it manually after going. 13 Apr Download. RUU_HTC Desire Android Upgrade (Gingerbread).exe. for the HTC Desire, by Chromium. Click Here to Start Download. No wait time for you! Download right away. 0 secs. Hi, I want to upgrade my HTC Desire with android to but it is currently rooted. I will use the official package by HTC "RUU_HTC Desire Android.
10 Nov Find out how to install Gingerbread on an HTC Desire without losing any data. 2 Aug HTC has finally launched an official Desire Gingerbread update, which will update the HTC Desire to Android There's a pretty big catch, though. This is not your traditional "over the air" update that's all nice and easy. Instead, users have to download and install Android on the HTC Desire manually. 2 Aug Previously we reported that official Android Gingerbread is rolling out for unbranded HTC Desire handsets following a strict IMEI validation protocol. Well this proved to be a partially fake story as none of our valuable subscribers were able to get any OTA notification. However we did have a reason to.
1 Aug Step-by-step Guide: Hello HTC Desire users, the first day of the new month has brought a great piece of news for you — it's about Android Gingerbread, which is now available for you to download and install manually. Nah, no Over- the-air (OTA) update this time but let's be thankful to HTC to at least. 12 Jan So, be careful before updating your device. So, let's proceed towards the installation of Gingerbread on your device. Procedure to install Android on your Htc desire: Before we proceed to install this new firmware, you need to boot your device into the recovery mode, on your desire, first enter fast boot by. 14 May I just flashed my HTC Desire with the Android upgrade from HTC developer website. But now when I try to root it using the Unrevoked (recovery reflash tool) version which is what I used the last time, it fails to root it. Does Unrevoked support rooting ? If not, what other tool or method can I use?.