ElCondor · Jun 8, 2010 at 03:38 pm

HTC Legend Firmware Update 2.03.403: New Features

Today, HTC released a new firmware update for the HTC Legend. It’s updated to version 2.03.403, and the new firmware seem to offer a lot of cool new things:

  • New version of Quickoffice
  • Battery life improvement
  • Improved performance
  • Multitouch for Google Maps (!)
  • New Radio

There will probably be some more changes, but these are the few XDA member miguelsantos1979 listed up for us.
The FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) update is also downloadable to flash from the PC, and is now available in the Legend forums. There isn’t much information available about this new update yet, but we expect to see more feedback soon. A goldcard might be required to flash it.

We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available!
You can find the ROM in the thread, more discussion can be found here.

Update: To install the ROM, you might need to have a ‘goldcard'; for more information and troubleshooting see post #10 in the ROM thread.
Further enhancements to the ROM are new widgets.


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