Sprint has made the EVO View 4G update we told you about earlier official, with a press announcement that gives a bit more detail about what to expect. Besides the normal Honeycomb features, and the disabling of the capacitive buttons, the 3.2 update for the View also supports system-wide support for HTC Scribe -- including document signature capture from ActSoft. We've got the press release after the break.
And do note that your home screens will be reset. Bummer, but so's not having Honeycomb.
What if you failed to heed the warnings and tried to update your rooted S-Off EVO View and now have a lovely brick? Our forum developers once again have the situation covered with a short post explaining how to get out of the bootloop, get recovery back up and running, and restore an older back-up. Much better than panicking at 2AM and waiting for the battery to die. Hit the link to have a look.
HTC EVO View 4G Gets Even Better with Honeycomb Update Starting Today
- From the Home screen, press the Menu key and tap Settings
- Scroll down and tap System updates
- Tap HTC software update
- Tap Check now
- Tap OK to download and install the update. You will not be able to use your device during the update. Once the download is complete, your tablet may power off and back on to complete the software update. The status of the download can be checked in your task bar.
- Verify the software is updated by going to Menu>Settings>About Tablet>Software information.
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