Sprint is pushing out software update 4.53.651.1 to the HTC EVO 4G
Sprint announced today that the still thriving HTC EVO 4G is getting its software updated to version 4.53.651.1 thanks to an over-the-air update being rolled out as we speak. Granted that it’s mentioned to be released in stages over the course of the next couple of weeks, some handsets owners are already starting to see it. Of course, if you simply can’t wait for it, then you can manually check for it by running the usual software update process.
With the new software, it features the following enhancements/fixes:
- Integrated voice recognition accuracy with voice search and voice-to-text
- Image size issue with contact transfer over Bluetooth
- Images cut off in Picasa
- Group contacts not in alphabetical order
- Out of memory, Unable to send SMS
Although it’s nothing substantial and is mainly comprised of bug fixes, we’re still sure that handset owners are going to be pleased to see the handset getting its fair share of love.
source: Sprint via Android Central
1. gallitoking (Posts: 4690; Member since: 17 May 2011)
yes dressed them for their funeral.. hmmm
3. OohErMissus (unregistered)
Hey, at least the Evo 4G is getting a Viking funeral. Even when dying, they work the phone to the end, sending the phone to burn on a blazing funeral pyre in a boat floating out into the water.
In contrast, look at what happened to the HP WebOS line - sent to the grave in a canvas bag, with a sprinkle of powdered lime on top, ala the end of the movie 'Amadeus'....
Me? Bitter? No....
6. gallitoking (Posts: 4690; Member since: 17 May 2011)
true... you forgat to mention Meego on the N9... or the Playbook... .
2. cheeseycheeser (Posts: 397; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
And still no Gingerbread for Thunderbolt. Oh Verizon :(
5. Droid_X_Douq (unregistered)
Hey, this is the last droid I will ever use. Piece of s**te! Google needs to step up their game or its quits for me...
7. Kease (Posts: 36; Member since: 30 Sep 2011)
I'm happy. Didn't notice the bugs, but whatever. Trying to keep this phone alive until HTC releases a true non 3 D successor. The EVO line has not advanced at all since this phone.