HTC is already in the process of pushing out an over-the-air fix for the EVO 4G

HTC is already in the process of pushing out an over-the-air fix for the EVO 4G
Not too many Android users out there probably pack a 32GB microSD card inside of their handsets, but it was known that Android had a small hiccup that prevented it from formatting cards properly at that capacity. For those fortunate enough in picking up an HTC EVO 4G already, specifically the ones who were lucky enough to attend Google's I/O event, there are some out there that have found a minor issue that that doesn't take away too much from its near perfect finish. Apparently there is a problem that happens sometimes when it can't save stuff on the microSD card. Although it doesn't seem widespread, some owners say that it can cause things like lockups and crashes. HTC is already aware of the issue and they've stated that, “We have identified the cause of the memory card issue and are testing a solution. We expect to have a software solution available very shortly that will be automatically pushed to phones over the air.”

HTC EVO 4G Specifications | Review

via Android Central

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