If you own a Sprint EVO 4G, some of you would have been bugged by a brand new notification on your phone today. It has been reported that Sprint started rolling out a maintenance update for the HTC EVO 4G which brings some useful features and bug fixes to the EVO 4G. It’s good to see that Sprint is still supporting the phone even though it’s about a year old, and already replaced by the EVO 3D (and let’s not forget the Epic Touch 4G later this year).
The update enhances integrated voice recognition accuracy with voice search and voice-to-text, fixes the image size issue with contact transfer over Bluetooth, fixes images being cut off in Picasa, addresses the issue of group contacts not in alphabetical order, and the out of memory, unable to send SMS problem. If you haven’t received the update yet, you can wait for the notification or head to Menu > Settings > About > System Update to check for it manually. As usual, remember to back up your device just in case anything goes wrong and let us know if you’ve successfully updated your EVO 4G.
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