HTC dampened a few spirits when it dropped the Desire HD from its Android 4.0 upgrade listing. The company may feel your pain, but it claims to have a great reason for denying the update that it’s been doling out anywhere else. There’s no method to shoehorn a new version into the gadget like there was for the Desire’s leap to Android 2.3, the company states. Fitting all that Ice Cream Sandwich into the Desire HD might require repartitioning the internal area, and repartitioning dangers overwriting personal material; needless to say, the company isn’t really keen on describing why it might nuke our family members images just so we can run Chrome. Even if that just weren’t a problem, a nebulous set of “additional technical limitations” may not rub upgraders the right way. All of the explanations bring up, although it’s nonetheless simple to sympathize with Desire HD managers now stuck in Gingerbread land– particularly as managers of the carefully related Thunderbolt aren’t being held back.
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