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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I first learned about the update while reading this forum. When i checked my phone it said an update was available. i didnt install it because of some of the problems other ppl were having. I made the choice to risk it after reading about others success and now my phone tells me that there is no update avail. My software is still the same ver. #. did the take it down?

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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you try to manually download it? Or did the notification just go away?
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I couldn't try get it at work today because I was busy. As of right now, it is saying there is no update available.
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:30 PM   #4 (permalink)
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you can soft reboot your phone and try again. if not, the FOTA server will alert you again tomorrow. it does it once per 24 hours...
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:33 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Well I never got the notification, so maybe it isn't in Roanoke, VA yet.
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:35 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I had to turn off WiFi and let it connect to 3g/4g for it to recognize that an update was available.
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:39 PM   #7 (permalink)
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i tried a manual update.
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Old June 28th, 2010, 05:44 PM   #8 (permalink)
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my original check was though wifi when it said the update was avail. it asked my if i wanted to download through wifi or 3g. Now,still on wifi, it just says no updates are avail. i'm cool with it if they took the update down because of problems. i just want to be sure that by me saying no to the update it didnt some how mess the process up.
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Same thing happened to me, I didn't have time to do the upgrade the first time I looked, now it says "No upgrade available". and that's after a soft reset. The software version is still 1.32.651.6, so it didn't get pushed w/o my knowledge.

Oh well, I guess I just wait for the notification to reset my flag.
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I manually checked early this morning and no updates were available for HTC software. I haven't checked again since reading about the issues but it didn't pop up in my notification bar at all today that an update was available.
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i had forgotten about this update being pushed out today. my friend who has the iphony4 actually reminded me if i had installed the update! lol.. ironic he knew of it and was on top of it more than i was.. PWNED!
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I did an update today, but my version is still 0002, but I am 1.47
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when i called the sprint store, he said sprint took it down to investigate but then he also said "come in and we can do the update for you" before i told him if he had any problems with EVOs bricking.
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when i called the sprint store, he said sprint took it down to investigate but then he also said "come in and we can do the update for you" before i told him if he had any problems with EVOs bricking.
Yeah, given the number of incidents with double updates bricking phones, I'll bet they did take it down. The need to get to the bottom of this before it kills them. I'm seeing way too many people reporting this problem. My upgrade went without a hitch...glad I did it before they took it down.
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Oy. This is just another thing that might deter people from getting EVO. I was hoping things would go better.
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Old June 28th, 2010, 06:32 PM   #16 (permalink)
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now it says "No upgrade available". and that's after a soft reset. The software version is still 1.32.651.6
Yep. It's definitely been removed (for now).
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I was wondering what was going on with the update. I found out about it through Engadget at around 1PM EST but my phone said no update available. Now I know why.
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You'd think they'd test these things thoroughly before pushing them out. C'mon man.
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I manually checked early this morning and no updates were available for HTC software. I haven't checked again since reading about the issues but it didn't pop up in my notification bar at all today that an update was available.
I checked this morning also and nothing. Then I checked at about 1130am and the update popped up mine loaded fine.
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it figures HTC delivered as promised with the date of the 28th and this happens. I was gonna give them their props but now that I am seeing all these people bricking their phone, I am taking half of it back. I was one of the lucky that it didn't happen too. This is because I did a lot of reading on the forum before I attempted to download the update. My suggestion is when the next updates come. Read the forums first to be safe.
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Thanks Guys for all your replys. I'm glad they took it down before i updated. I cant loose my EVO, i haven't used my computer for anything else but reading this forum my EVO does everything else.
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it figures HTC delivered as promised with the date of the 28th and this happens. I was gonna give them their props but now that I am seeing all these people bricking their phone, I am taking half of it back. I was one of the lucky that it didn't happen too. This is because I did a lot of reading on the forum before I attempted to download the update. My suggestion is when the next updates come. Read the forums first to be safe.
Yeah, it's a shame it turned out bad for some people. It really is a great upgrade. Fixed several annoying issues. Hope it comes back soon and they get their upgrade process squared away. Hard to believe they put in place a process that seems to allow duplicate upgrades on a patch that will brick the phone if applied twice. Very poor deployment procedure.
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I can't believe doing an update twice would have this effect. That's like flashing a rom and then flashing it again and bricking it. In the Root world of android, this is done all the time. Something is not coded correctly and that is what's causing the problem. Doing a flash twice should not do this.
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I can't believe doing an update twice would have this effect. That's like flashing a rom and then flashing it again and bricking it. In the Root world of android, this is done all the time. Something is not coded correctly and that is what's causing the problem. Doing a flash twice should not do this.

Agreed, someone is getting canned tommorow at HTC.
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I can't believe doing an update twice would have this effect. That's like flashing a rom and then flashing it again and bricking it. In the Root world of android, this is done all the time. Something is not coded correctly and that is what's causing the problem. Doing a flash twice should not do this.
I think you've hit the nail on the head. There should not have even been the opportunity to re-install assuming it worked the first time, and there also should have not been error msgs if it installed correct the first time. And then I also got the corrupt msg. What was that? This should have all been worked out b4 we ever got it. There is no telling how long some of us will wait for our replacement evos now, but I am so disgusted with htc/sprint right now that if I hadn't ported my number, I would cancel and wait for something equal or better down the road.
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I can't believe doing an update twice would have this effect. That's like flashing a rom and then flashing it again and bricking it. In the Root world of android, this is done all the time. Something is not coded correctly and that is what's causing the problem. Doing a flash twice should not do this.
Given the size of the patch (22 or so Mb) this is not like flashing a rom. It's more like applying a context binary diff. It seems that this is not an idempotent process (most patch tools are). I'm kind of shocked that they would deploy and upgrade tool that never bothered to check this. And even more shocked that the OTA version check doesn't exist or doesn't work.

This is 20 year old technology and standard operating procedure for OTA upgrade systems.
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damn.. i wanted to update tonight.

first reason was because i was busy at work and was actually waiting for a call back when the message popped up. second reason was because it asked if i wanted do it over 4g & wifi or just wifi. i thought well i don't have either so i better do this later.

so i come here to read how things went with the update and now there is no update

oh well i can wait until they get things sorted out.
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Thats annoying so we all jumped ship to find out it wasn't ready yet?

Is anyone else having random issues after the update, I noticed when i get a text and bring down the menu and try and click the text notification it become inop, so i have to do it 2x, only happens sometimes, but never happened before update, also Wifi isn't fixed, and phone still feels the same no speed increase for me -
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Upgrading a ROM without an expert hand is always a mess. Check out the iOS4 upgrade. It is getting just as ugly.

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Upgrading a ROM without an expert hand is always a mess. Check out the iOS4 upgrade. It is getting just as ugly.

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I guess there will be 2 programmers out of work tommorow, one for HTC and one from Apple.

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Everything will be back to normal in 2 weeks.
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Everything will be back to normal in 2 weeks.
Exactly. General rule of thumb when it comes to technology, always wait until all the bugs have been ironed out before pulling the trigger. This is normal and will continue to be so. Sorry for those that bricked their phones, but I'm sure the the software devopers will find a fix soon. Now to wait patiently for the next update. And even when the next update is released......... WAIT, research and research some more before pressing "Yes" to update.
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HTC and Sprint have stopped distributing the OTA Evo 4G update after a handful of customers complained of "having some issues." Updates will resume shortly after the carrier investigates.



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Shame alot of people can't update because of a few that lack common sense The update is great...EVO is perfect, I can't think of anyhting that will make the phone better other than the FROYO update!

Was rooted and used the RUU.exe to go back to stock to get the update, everything went fine...apparently a bunch of folks tried to flash the update to thier rooted ROMS and bricked thier phones as well as some supposedly trying to install the update twice bricking thier phones on the second attempt but I am really starting to wonder if this is an excuse all the newbie folks that tried to update thier rooted roms not knowing what they were doing are using to get new phones after bricking...


I think Motorola is smart to lock down thier bootloader and keep people from rooting as it seems their is a mass influx of iPhone users who should not own Android devices! Hopefully they head back to iPhone LOL Nothing personal I just would hate to see an open platform like Android ruined by a bunch of neophytes...

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I updated, unrooted. I only got the update once. Everything went fine. However, any notifications I get for email, text, or IM will not vibrate...even when in vibrate-only mode. Other people are reporting this as well. So, there must be deeper issues with this update.

I hope they get it fixed and offer a patch soon, because this is a huge issue.

EDIT: Link to thread about vibrate issue: My Alerts Are Totally Haywire Now After The Download..
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Agreed, someone is getting canned tommorow at HTC.
Actually, the bad programmers just get promoted to the Screen Attachment Devision.
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I hope when froyo is released it doesn't brick everyone's evo.That would suck.
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I'm repeating what I said in another thread. I believe the OTA was rushed out to meet demands for fixes. It's HTC's fault for programming issues and Sprint's fault for not testing the OTA thoroughly on all hardware versions. It was most likely rushed as a retention plan to keep new customers happy before their 30 days were up. It looks like it may backfire.
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I'm repeating what I said in another thread. I believe the OTA was rushed out to meet demands for fixes. It's HTC's fault for programming issues and Sprint's fault for not testing the OTA thoroughly on all hardware versions. It was most likely rushed as a retention plan to keep new customers happy before their 30 days were up. It looks like it may backfire.
You sir are correct and they lost 1 of my accounts for their quarter end.
But they should pick it back up for next quarter. I'm not buying another EVO until the White one is out for 2 weeks, so August 1. Maybe the EVO will be $150 by then.
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I have the update, nothing is wrong.. HMMM
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i know with the pre, ota updates would roll out at different times for different areas over a couple days, to take stress off of their network
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