Well folks, the wait is finally over – just like we said it would be – and those of you out there with the HTC ThunderBolt can now go into your Settings and pull the Gingerbread update for download. That’s right. This isn’t an OTA. You can manually pull it this very moment and finally put the months long nightmare to an end. That is, unless the software decided to bring some nasty bugs along with it.
The update is not the latest version of Gingerbread, which is Android 2.3.6, instead, it’s Android 2.3.4. I don’t think that’s going to matter to those of you out there that have been waiting through all of the months and rumors that have gotten us to this point.
If you’re in possession of an ThunderBolt, go into your Settings, Software Update and then Check New and you should be prompted to download the the upgrade.
Be sure to let us know how the software handles.
And we’ll be sure to give you our thoughts in the coming days.
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