Vodafone is working hard to push the release of the latest Android update to its HTC Desire customers.
Android 2.2, also known as ‘Froyo’, was released over the weekend to unlocked handsets but is not yet available to customers who bought from a network.
Vodafone confirmed with tech site TechRadar it is endeavouring to get the update out to its customers as soon as possible.
The carrier stated: "We are working with HTC and Google to push the new 2.2 Android firmware out to Vodafone HTC Desire customers as soon as possible.
"We'll update customers when we have a confirmed release date."
Network providers are required to test each mobile firmware update it receives to ensure it is compatible with its network and recipient handsets.
Froyo represents a significant upgrade in features and functionality for the operating system and as such the fandroids have been eagerly anticipating its release.
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