Recently, the HTC Flyer and HTC Evo View 4G received the Android Honeycomb update. The only problem with the new update is that the user experience has been completely changed.
For example, the removal of physical buttons for facilitating the advantages of virtual permanent buttons is reportedly causing a great deal of problems for many users.
As a matter of fact, many users are trying, planning and asking for help to get back the previous Gingerbread version of Google's Android OS family. Even though with the right RUU one can go back to the Gingerbread operating system, it does not seem like a very good idea for those who are not really sure of what they are doing to their smartphone.
HTC is also getting numerous requests for facilitating a restoration to the Gingerbread OS. The company has confirmed that unsatisfied HTC Flyer owners of Honeycomb OS can get Android 2.3 Gingerbread by simply sending the device to HTC's consumer service, reports HTC Source.
On the other hand, representatives at HTC customer service have advised users to wait for an Ice Cream Sandwich update which will roll out in a few months. This seems to be the first confirmation of an ICS update for HTC Flyer.