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HTC Desire Corrupt File Upon download

Nov 15, 2010 6:12PM PST

I have an unlocked HTC Desire smartphone. The problem is that when I try to update my phone the system file downloads, but then the phone says the file is corrupt. After that it asks if I want to try to download it again. The phone is unlocked from the UK being used in Saudi Arabia. I have done a factory reset and a hard-reset. Nothing has worked so far. I am curious if all Desire phones around the world have received the 2.2 Froyo update? Has anyone else had a problem like this? What can I do to fix? If it does not update as the other phones are does that mean it could be fixed under the warranty? I have a friend that has the same phone from the UK as I do and he was able to update to the Froyo 2.2. Any suggestions?

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reset problem
Nov 5, 2015 9:49PM PST

I also have the same problem. I have done hard reset but it is not working. So what can I do so that I can reset my htc desire 320? Give me the suggestions.

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Re: same problem
Nov 6, 2015 12:40AM PST

So you have a corrupt download and after 2 resets you still can't install the Froyo 2.2 update on a UK phone used in Saudi Arabia also? That's quite a surprise after 5 years.

Kees

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Who are these mysterious posters with the numbers...
Nov 6, 2015 7:10AM PST

...as their username(?)

Just wondering.

cheer

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A better question.
Nov 6, 2015 7:17AM PST

Why is it so difficult to fix the bug that gives users numeric usernames that - if clicked - don't link to their profile but to the cnet.com homepage?

That's a difficult question. And fixing the bug is just as difficult as answering the question.

Kees

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info in Forum Feedback
Nov 6, 2015 7:26AM PST

a few threads there on it.

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