HTC EVO 4G to get update on Monday that will allow Netflix to work again

HTC EVO 4G to get update on Monday that will allow Netflix to work again
Sure, owners of the HTC EVO 4G were ecstatic to get the Gingerbread update on the device. But not everything about the update was putting a smile on EVO 4G owners face. The update made the phone no longer able to support the streaming movies and television shows from the Netflix app on the Android Market. For the small time that Netflix was available for the handset, many users became used to catching a flick on the phone's 4.3 inch display. Other problems affecting the handset include problems with visual voicemail and the Hearing Aid compatibility menu. With the latter, some menu options were disappearing.

The good news is that next Monday, the HTC EVO 4G will get an OTA update that will fix the above issues. After installing the update, Netflix will be once again available on the device while Visual Voicemail and the Hearing Aid compatibility menu should work flawlessly. And while 'happily ever after' is usually seen only in the movies and in Disney stories, after Monday's OTA update for the EVO 4G is installed, users of the device will be once again living in bliss.

source: AndroidPolice via AndroidandMe

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  • Camera 8 MP / 1.3 MP front
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1. beatlesfan

Posts: 150; Member since: Mar 03, 2011

Now we just need Netflix support on the tbolt

2. vantenkiest

Posts: 316; Member since: Apr 20, 2011

and the Droid Inc 2

5. HubEVIL4G unregistered

It's Monday (20th)... n still no update!! :(

6. aangelet unregistered

No update yet.

7. Nelom D unregistered

Netflix still not available in market for HTC EVO 4G after 06/20/11 update

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