T-Mobile subscribers who recently updated the software on their HTC HD2 a few days ago might have noticed that the update seemed to cause more issues than it cured. Apparently the folks over at T-Mobile have realized this, as the update has been pulled from the website. The good news is that T-Mobile has confirmed that they’re busy working to resolve the issues and the software update will be posted on their update site when it’s ready. In case you’re wondering, issues related to this update included problems downloading the software, the device freezing or rebooting after the installation process was completed, while some other folks logged in battery life and slow performance issues.
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