Heads up HTC EVO 3D users, it looks like the Android 4.0 update for your phone has started to roll out. Unfortunately it appears that this rollout is only targeted at the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions, so if you’re living outside those regions, you’re probably out of luck at least for now. Oddly enough Sprint’s version of the update is still missing, despite being promised for a June release last time we checked. Perhaps the EMEA could get it first before Sprint does – after all there are a couple of days left before the month of June is over, so Sprint still has time to make good on the June release. That being said, if you can’t wait for the official release (if and when it ever heads stateside), there are alternatives such as this leaked Android 4.0 ROM, although it does require that the user have some knowledge when it comes to rooting and flashing their devices. Either that or you guys can wait patiently for the update, which we will be sure to inform you when it does arrive!
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