Slew of Problems Arise with HTC EVO 4G Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update

SO we've got a whole heap of steaming trouble brewing up with the newest update to the HTC EVO 4G it seems, and it smells like cookies! This update, known by its street name as the HTC Evo Maintenance Release 4.22.651.2, was supposed to fix problems like the random recipient of text messages problem, email attachments not being displayed in the stock mail client problem, and the battery discharge issue - plus, it was supposed to update you to Android 2.3 Gingerbread, of course. What it's done is, in fact, update you to Android 2.3, but with this update is coming a whole lot more than you may have bargained for.

HTC EVO 4G Android 2.3 Gingerbread Available Today!

It's the day everyone in the world (that is, everyone in the world with an HTC EVO 4G) has been waiting for! You're now able to grab the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update manually for your ever-loving upgrade pleasure. This update is available to you by simply following your everyday average instructions for doing so (these instructions listed below if you do so please feel like reading them.) This update brings more than just Gingerbread, too, it'll allow you the pleasure of having a whole batch of bug fixes, too!

HTC EVO 4G Update to Gingerbread 2.3 Starting June 6th [Official]

It is official, starting Monday June 6th Sprint will start the rollout for Android 2.3 Gingerbread for their hot selling HTC EVO 4G we all know and love. The EVO has been one of the biggest selling Android phones aside from the Galaxy S and has been a huge success for Sprint. The update to that sweet Gingerbread was talked about back in April, then leaked a few days later. This will be official, and tasty just as Gingerbread has been.

Angry Birds Seasons: Easter available now

Well, Spring has sprung and that means only one thing (other than some rodent being right about his shadow), that there's a new version of Angry Birds Seasons out! Angry Birds Seasons: Easter edition is now available in the Android Market. The new chapter of the insanely successful gaming app offers 15 new Spring themed levels, chocolate and bunnies, more Golden Eggs, and the ability to listen to the "twitter" of birds for more features.

Thunderbolt and Evo 4G Gingerbread update in late June

Both the HTC Thunderbolt and Evo 4G are scheduled to receive a Gingerbread update in late June, according to an email exchange with an HTC representative. The rep was responding to a frustrated customer who vented about the lack of the update in Verizon's premiere 4G handset. The irony is, that Gingerbread has been out for over 4 months and most wireless handsets haven't updated to it. It's a common issue as updates have to go to the manufacturer, then be approved by the provider, before going to an over the air update.

HTC EVO 4G Hosts Love Profession from Country Singer, Sprint Sponsors

So you've got a Country Singing career that you'd like to get off the ground, yes? You know the way you can get a bunch of publicity? You can talk to Sprint, you can say hey, Sprint, I've got this song, it's called "Crazy in Love," and my name is Lauren Rainey, and I sing this song, and I want to do a music video for it, what can I do? Sprint will say to you hey, we've got a great idea, let's film it on one of these HTC EVO 4G phones we've got here on our desk? And the rest will be history.

HTC Evo gets a port of the Honeycomb SDK

Look what we have here. After many said it could not be done due to some hardware requirements. It looks like those amazing developers we all love over at XDA Developers have done it again. The Honeycomb SDK has now been ported to the HTC Evo. Thanks to the nifty and good work by XDA member spyderdreams, as well as a few others this port is well on it's way. Of course it's only compiled from the Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK so it is still very much a work in progress. See our photo after the break.

Wirefly unboxes the Verizon HTC Thunderbolt

Wireless retailer Wirefly has unboxed a pre-production model of the Verizon HTC Thunderbolt and posted the video on Youtube.  The phone comes in a mysterious black package that has all the traditional accouterments.  And aside from some slightly comedic difficulty getting the phone out of the box, there's some really interesting details.
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