An over-the-air update for Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G is being rolled out. If you’re an Evo 4G owner, your phone should notify you that there’s an update available. Once you’ve installed the update, your Evo 4G will be on version 3.30.651.3.
Although Sprint hasn’t issued an official change log, this update reportedly fixes a bug that some people are seeing when using Qik or Tango (basically the Evo reboots itself once one of those apps tries to access the camera). According to Sprint, only owners of the newest Evos, those having been sold with software version 3.30.651.2 on board, will need to update. Users on older versions such as 3.29.651.5 won’t even be notified that the update is available, since it’s not meant for them.
So there you have it. Another small but highly annoying bug looks like it’s been squashed.
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