It wasn't quite Android 2.0, but the recent firmware update released to the Sprint HTC Hero did have some bug fixes that are certainly worthwhile. Here's the official change log:
HTC Hero Software Enhancement SW 1.56.651.2 provides feature updates and enhancements to address the following:
- Improvement to camera picture quality
- DST (Daylight Savings Time) issue addressed
- Unable to receive SMS due to full memory
- Memory leak when Bluetooth is in connecting state
- 3.5mm mono when not using headset with mic
- Dialer application causing excess battery draw
Important note: Dedicated Mute/Speaker buttons have been added to the Talk screen
So, how's your Sprint HTC Hero after the firmware update? Be sure to let us know in the comments!
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