finally get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it looks like the newer, thinner HTC EVO 4G LTE from the Now Network is getting a little update itself. While it has already received Jelly Bean it's still getting a bug fixer update today.
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Jelly Bean coming for the HTC EVO 4G LTE, however as of now, it is looking like the update should begin rolling-out today. The details have yet to be officially confirmed, however a leaked page coming out of the Playbook has the update beginning today, December 13.
Jelly Bean and its various versions, it's understandable that a lot of Android users want to know when their handset will be getting an update. A few manufacturers have announced a Jelly Bean update schedule for their devices, but we haven't heard all that much from HTC on the matter. That all changed today, though HTC didn't have much to do with it - instead, it was oft-reliable Twitter leaker @Football4DPA, who has delivered a list of HTC devices that are scheduled to get updates to Jelly Bean.
HTC recently released some details stating when they'll be updating their many devices to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but today we have some additional info on their flagship HTC EVO 4G LTE. Some new reports have been flooding in lately that the EVO 4G LTE will actually be updated via OTA update to Jelly Bean this week. Now, according to some leaked documents it looks like today is the day.
legitimate security concerns and a root hack, users from around the Internet are reporting a serious flaw in the structure of Google Wallet on new phones. Apparently a factory reset will completely disable Google Wallet on some (and possibly all) NFC-enabled Android devices. This isn't even a root/mod issue - just using the built-in Android reset function will break the authentication for your device, rendering it inoperable for Google Wallet.
HTC EVO 4G LTE is finally starting to arrive at the doorsteps for those who pre-ordered it, as we reported yesterday, but with a little extra treat. The EVO is arriving for many with an apology note for the delay, and a free TPU smartphone case for their troubles.
much-delayed HTC EVO 4G LTE, in all its acronymical glory, has root capabilities. You can send your thank-you notes to XDA Developers member ZedonMax, who posted the exploit first and also provided these pretty pictures.
HTC EVO 4G LTE should know plenty about the "situation" by now for the smartphone. After initially set to launch last week the phones were delayed at customs thanks to a petty lawsuit from Apple. Multiple reports have since claimed the phones start shipping today, May 24th, but now it looks like many pre-order customers have already received their new phones.
EVO 4G LTE has been given the stamp of approval by the International Trade Commission, and is now cleared from US Customs. The high-end phone will be resuming its planned activities later this week, and is scheduled to begin its journey of freedom on Thursday, May 24th. The EVO 4G LTE said it was happy to clear its name, but will still fight to get its brother the AT&T One X out of the slammer.
International Trade Commission is checking them for patent ruling compliance. Unfortunately HTC didn't say which devices were getting through, or how many.