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Droid Incredible Gingerbread Update Gets Delayed



If you recall, the HTC Droid Incredible Gingerbread update was supposed to be rolling out at some point soon. Verizon had put up the change log and it seemed as though it would be reaching a majority of customers by the end of the week. Well, the update obviously hasn’t rolled out yet and there is a reason for that.

Droid IncredibleAccording to a post on Verizon’s forums for the Droid Incredible, the update has been delayed and the update is going to be put through more testing before it’s finally released to the public.

For those of you interested, here is what that message says in its entirety:

Everyone, I apologize for the inconvenience, but the update has been delayed. Our product team is going through more testing. Once we know for sure when the update is coming, we will post more info.

I’m pretty sure HTC and Verizon want to avoid what happened with the Motorola Droid X so this delay should be welcomed and not ridiculed. Hopefully the delay is short and we see the software roll out at some point next week.

Hey, look on the bright side. At least it’s not canceled.

Via: Android Central

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  1. Anonymous

    09/05/2011 at 6:09 am

    If they would have cancelled it. I’m sure there would have been anarchy in the streets. I mean after promising that we would definitely be receiving it and the fact that even though Dinc was one of the first devices with the new tech yet we’re now one of the last devices to get it after a year and 5 months. I think HTC/Verizon would have had to board up their windows and doors like if this was a Zombie Apocalypse. I know for a fact if they would have that would’ve been the last HTC device I ever bought. Every Droid phone I’ve owned has been an HTC device and I love almost everything about them except the fact that HTC is always so far behind the other manufacturers in updating to the new OS it’s extremely frustrating.

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