Tagged: HTC EVO 4G
HTC EVO 4G that takes it from the "unofficial" 3.26.651.3 version of Android 2.2 released last week to a supposedly more stable 3.26.651.6 release. According to a Sprint admin, the upgrade itself is "very small", suggesting that the Android 2.2 package that went out recently was all but polished for the EVO 4G. Still, some users have been reporting poor battery life, loss of calendar or contacts entries, and generally sluggish performance with the previous update, and so hopefully this will address those problems. If you're too impatient to wait for the OTA update to be offered, you can trigger it by choosing "HTC software update" from the Updates section of the settings menu. [via AC Forums]
Sprint Site, and download yourself some Froyo. That is, unless you're already rooted and using Android 2.2, then you probably don't want to do that. In any event, this post is for everyone who might actually be interested in seeing what the official update has in store for EVO owners.
remember Ubuntu running on the Nexus One, right? It just happened, what, yesterday? Well, apparently that wasn't enough for the successful hacker, because he immediately moved onto the next big thing: the EVO 4G. There were a few problems, sure, but that didn't stop the success from happening. You'll want to check out the video below.