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Sprint Confirms Android 2.2 Coming to HTC Evo 4G

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bigdfan70

Jun 25, 2010, 10:29 AM

awsome

good job sprint and on a day when the iphone 4 is a big failure...sweet!
Laughing

I highly doubt the iPhone will be a failure.

but anyhow big ups to sprint. Cool
It's nice to see some headlines about the Evo!!
Very Happy
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"awesome"

I concur
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How can selling 1.5 million units in 1 day be a big failure? Yeah the phone has a few issue but from everyone I have talked to that was lucky enough to get the phone there inlove with it. What's the big diff in 2.1 and 2.2 that you will notice anyway?...
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DE 2 Philly

Jun 25, 2010, 1:17 PM

Great News

However,

10x flash? Whats the difference between that and 10.1 flash?

Also, "near future" ugh - hopefully not like September Sad

EVO still the best phone!
I hear end of July for the update.
Whats the difference between Flash 19.1 and Flash 10x
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flip mode

Jun 25, 2010, 2:10 PM

WoW~ LQQK~WoW

Finally!!! Store to sd!!! It's about time. Congrats to Sprint for this success of a phone HTC EVO 4G...i might switch to them for this phone possibly
Yeah. I was in a Sprint store yesterday looking at it.
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Crunchy Frog

Jun 25, 2010, 5:11 PM

Wary of, "Near Future"

As a now former Samsung Moment owner (also on Sprint) it took more time than promised for the 2.1 update to arrive and it has bugs as well.

I wish these updates were better planned so we had a good idea when we can expect them.

I am looking at getting the EVO in a few weeks but I'm wary of waiting for the "near future" update for what looks to be very essential system improvements with 2.2.
I too am a former Samsung Moment(now using an Evo)user and the 2.1 update was on-time. Sprint said that the update would take place in the second quarter of 2010...as far as bug's go, I didn't really have any problems on my phone at all. So I'm not re...
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