HTC Hero T-Mobile update now available for download

jendo

Member
Quick question, is there any numbers in the settings that I should make a note of before trying the upgrade?
 

jendo

Member
Well the update was painless, no hidden surprises or complications. Haven't come across any bugs yet and performance is noticeably quicker.
Some people have reported trouble installing some paid for apps from the market price. I can't test this because I am a tight git. :)
 

ElRazur

Active Member
It wasn't an easy install for me, and I had to search around. Despite following the instructions as directed.

If after installing the Sync software and it wont work or recognise the phone, it is important to switch off the phone and take the battery out. On reboot, it should work.

So far, so good. All works well, it is as smooth as better and almost flawless. My only issue as it stand at the moment is the paid apps that wont work - well cant seem to find them in the market place. [This happened before when I changed from the G1. . . but it some how sorted itself a few weeks later]
 

djdhrubs

Banned
I updated my HTC Hero with the modaco ROM a few weeks ago, and my phone has been fine. Any special reason for me to ditch that and go for the official T mobile upgrade?
 

Merago

Novice Member
I updated my HTC Hero with the modaco ROM a few weeks ago, and my phone has been fine. Any special reason for me to ditch that and go for the official T mobile upgrade?
None whatsoever. If you're happy with the custom one, I'd stick with it.
 

ElRazur

Active Member
Since the update, getting HDSPA speeds is now almost impossible, even though I am right next to a t-mobile mast.

Downloading from the Apps isnot working either.

Can log into face book - sorta timed out -

I beleieve all of these are linked to lack of proper HSDPA connection. . . The phone is going back for replacement to be honest.:thumbsdow
 

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