Device(s): HTC Evo V 4G, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus, Viewsonic gTablet, Nook Color, Archos A43IT, Archos A32IT
Carrier: Not Provided
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Not yet. Mine was rebooting like mad last night plus I had annoying echo on some calls, but this morning it seemed to be fine and didn't reboot while I was out for several hours this morning.
Saying "Sprint" doesn't sound right, but IIRC the OV & MT would occasionally get spurious updates(nothing there actually), but I suppose that it's possible that the Vs will need a further OS update to properly integrate with the VM subnetwork... just a guess given my activation problems and the 2nd level support guy mentioning that it was their system that wasn't quite ready for the Vs yet. (Online swap failed for me, so I had to do by phone.)
The Anker 3500mah batt + back cover that I ordered came this morning so I'm charging that up ATM, and then will further test for echo/reboots -> exchange @ BB o.w. I'm good to go.
Device(s): HTC Evo V 4G,Triumph CM7 TG=Reloaded, Intercept UD6, HTC Wildfire S HBOOT Unlocked w/s-off
Carrier: Virgin Mobile
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Originally Posted by DanielM426
Why did you click no?
Especially if rooted but for me just a general guideline, don't accept any OTA updates. If they're safe and don't cause problems you'll hear about it on the forums in a day or two. Usually some dev will have repackaged the update so you'll still have root after flashing.
The HTC EVO V 4G is Virgin Mobile's first 4G WiMAX Android device. And if it looks familiar, it is because the phone is the same as the EVO 3D, but optimized for this network.
Release date is set for May 31st, 2012, for a price of $300 off-co... Read More