The HTC Desire EYE. (Photo/ Chen Ta-jen) HTC’s new selfie-centric smartphone has been certified by Taiwan’s communications regulator, the National Communications Commission (NCC), for sale in the country, a step that the company hopes will help it sustain its local sales momentum. The approval notice, published Tuesday on the NCC’s website, means that the 5.2-inch […]
The EVO 4G LTE on Sprint is finally getting Android 4.3. Unfortunately, due to the storage limitations on the device, the update isn’t going to come via OTA (over the air). It’s an RUU update, so you’ll have to flash it onto your device.
Yesterday, HTC said that they will provide two years of updates to all phones after they are released. But that policy doesn’t just affect the HTC One right now. Last night, Martin Fichter, one of HTC America’s Vice Presidents, posted a link to a ROM Update Utility file on Twitter for the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint.
Are you on an Evo 4G LTE, and you want 4.3/Sense 5? You can sideload this ROM, but it will erase your data. http://t.co/tKdZZSqdo6
— Martin Fichter (@mfichter) February 19, 2014
This update updates the phone’s OS