The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G handsets have started to get the Android 2.2 Froyo update to replace the existing Android 1.6 platform.
By the update, the handset is said to acquire increased system speed with the existing 528MHz processor. But, there will not be Flash support in the update as it requires a minimum CPU architecture to run.
The handsets are to receive a silent OTA update that enables certain Froyo features and the original MyTouch 3G devices will only be part of the process. The Fender or MyTouch 1.2 editions that have the 3.5mm headphone jack will not be updated. There is no authentic information available about the updates for those Fender or MyTouch 1.2 editions.
If the OTA updates are not yet received, the users are advised to stay away from worries about the update as a larger MyTouch 3G Froyo update package is on its way.
But this update is mentioned as likely to be the last one other than the maintenance updates of the handset. The MyTouch 3G is one of the oldest Android based phones in the market and after its impressive run, it can be titled as an old one in the tech world.
Tags: android 1.6, Android 2.2, Android based phones., Froyo, myTouch, MyTouch 1.2, MyTouch 3G Froyo, ota, T-Mobile, update
Posted October 21st, 2010 in News by Michael