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After Droid, users of Sprint EVO can now stay happy as their mobile will be able to bear the latest offering from Google OS

As per their prior announcement, which they had released, Sprint has officially begun the process of releasing the HTC EVO 4G unlocked cell phone within this week. This update can be accessed by the users through an Over the Air update. Since an OTA is very susceptible to teething problems, it is a welcome bit of news that the customers will be able to get this update manually through the settings of the device itself where there is the option of the “HTC software update” However, since the users in the world are too impatient about this update, HTC has also decided to come up with another alternative to this issue. This other option will mean that rather than putting some tricked out ROM onto your machine, you can actually get this update This is rather simple as you can actually download the Froyo which is for the EVO 4G just by getting the software and installing it on our phone and the whole process is pretty easy and should not take much time.

To begin the entire process we just have to place the file in the root of the SD card and then boot it into recovery mode. Following that, simply use the apply update .zip option or the install from .zip option, which ever you are shown and then the installation will happen on your phone and you will be all set to enjoy the Froyo  This is pretty self explanatory and takes absolutely no time to complete. With this update, you will have faster web access, support of Flash 10.1 and apps storage on your SD card and a huge collection of widgets that you can use. However in spite of all the positives, we would suggest that you wait for a few days before going for this update.

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