Sprint’s EVO 4G is getting an official fix for those users who jumped on the prematurely-posted Android 2.2 Froyo update a week ago. The fix takes the 3.26.561.3 release – which many discovered to be unstable and have battery life problems – to 3.26.561.6, which is said to be more suited to everyday use.
To update, either wait for the OTA firmware to be offered automatically, or trigger it manually by going to the Updates section of the Settings menu and choosing “HTC software update”. We’re hearing mixed reports from the new software, with some saying the battery issues and Flash 10.1 support are still patchy at best; let us know how you get on in the comments.
[via Android Community]