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lee63 06-28-10 01:24 PM

HTC EVO Update
I just got an update...hopefully WiFi is a lot faster.


Release notes

To EVO customers:

An OTA, over-the-air maintenance release, software version 1.47.651.1, has been released!! You will either receive a notification on the device that an update is available, or you can check for the updated version by going to Settings > System Updates > HTC software update.

HTC EVO 4G Software version 1.47.651.1

Update includes:

* Improvements to Wi-Fi performance
* Exchange Active Sync improvements, including fix to issues with new account setup, PIN policy usage and Exchange Calendar 2010 Sync
* Addresses Facebook sync issue which can improve battery performance

Download Timing:

* Customers will be notified that an update is available. The download will take a couple minutes (depending on the device connection) and the install will take a couple minutes which includes an automatic power cycle. Download will take a couple minutes if in 3g coverage.
* HTC servers will push the OTA update on a daily basis.
* FOTA server will check for old software version and prompt once a day on units without the latest firmware until customer accepts.

WARNING - Rooted Devices:

* Most likely rooted devices will not accept or even receive the update which is expected and why roots void warranty.

Shamrock 06-28-10 09:48 PM

Re: HTC EVO Update
I don't have it. :(

Says mine is up to date (version 1.32)

nrdstrm 06-28-10 10:21 PM

Re: HTC EVO Update
Just be careful guys...


Shamrock 06-28-10 10:37 PM

Re: HTC EVO Update
Looks like when it asks to download 2 updates. DO NOT download the 2nd update!

lee63 06-28-10 11:15 PM

Re: HTC EVO Update
Mine seems to be ok...for now.

nrdstrm 06-29-10 02:08 AM

Re: HTC EVO Update

Originally Posted by lee63 (Post 2279628)
Mine seems to be ok...for now.

Right on. I think if it didn't brick your phone right away, you are fine. Also, if it didn't ask you to update twice, you should be good...

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