O2 has re-released the Android 2.2 Froyo update for HTC Desire users, after the previous attempt was crippled by glitches.
Previously, when O2 had released the first update, it was soon forced to retract it following angry complaints from users claiming that their smartphones had started to freeze-up.
It took a few weeks for O2 to rectify the problems on the first Android 2.2 update, which was released in early September, and re-release it as an over-the-air to its users.
Users are advised to install the update using a Wi-Fi connection in order to avoid data charges. Backing-up vital data is also recommended.
The new Android OS update for the HTC Desire smartphone is expected to significantly enhance the performance of the smartphone and bring new features, like HD video recording, to the device.
The first reports of a new update came from tech news site TechRadar's readers, who said that the new OS was working smoothly, glitch-free.