Once again, HTC Europe has announced the arrival of new firmware updates – but neglected to supply any sort of official information about what might be fixed, changed or updated in the new ROM.
The official releases are for the Legend and Bravo (AKA Desire) and should be gradually appearing on your phones soon, network permitting. Here’s the announcement from HTC’s support site – it’s next to useless, but does at least contain the ROM numbers for your information.
“Update – HTC Legend and Bravo Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) update
In our commitment to providing you with the best user experience, we are pushing out a new firmware update to your phone. Your phone will receive a notification of this update when it is made available. Simply press OK to accept the update via a data connection such as Wi-Fi or GPRS/3G. After installing the update, you can confirm a successful update by confirming the Software Number (From the Home Screen go to MENU> Settings> About Phone> Software information> Software number). The new software number after the update will be 1.31.405.4 on HTC Legend and 1.21.405.2 on HTC Desire.
And at least this gives us an excuse to use a promotional image of the lesser-spotted HTC Legend:
As ever, if you do receive an update, please let us know. HTC’s an IMPENETRABLE WALL of silence, and we don’t have the full suite of Android hardware to test these things ourselves.
According to a thread on the XDA Developers forum, this update changes the phones’ radio image as well as upgrading a few of the installed apps and fixing a few teeny bugs.