EVO Getting Final Production Froyo OTA

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Sprint has apparently released a small upgrade for EVO 4G owners who manually upgraded to the unofficial early release of Froyo. The update number on the official build was 3.26.651.3 , but the final version is 3.26.651.6. So, besides the last decimal place, what’s different about this update? We’re not sure, but presumably the final production build is more stable than the .3 release.

You can wait for the network to push the update to your EVO, or you can try to force it by going to Settings > System Updates > HTC software update. Any EVO owners gotten this upgrade yet? Do you notice anything different? Sound off in the comments!

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  1. This is an OTA package that will upgrade your phone from the unofficial version of the Android 2.2 release (.3 version) to the final production version (.6 version) this really good one…

  2. I find it kind of amusing in a an evil snickering sort of way that all of these hackers have been working so hard to get their crippled versions of Froyo on rooted phones and now Sprint just pushes the full Sense Version out there. I am just hoping they add some of the features found in LauncherPro to the Sense Homepages. 5 rows of icons with a fully customizable horizontally scrolling bottom row rocks.

  3. I really enjoyed the article. Well These hackers have been working so hard to get their crippled versions of Froyo on rooted phones and now Sprint just pushes the full Sense Version out there. Thanks for this information.

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