Wonder how long it will take htc to push ics? Asus did it pretty quick for the prime but i assume htc will sense it all up. Would be sweet if we had a choice to have vanilla and download htc apps/widgets.
yeah, ics is really great. I've been running 4.0.3 on my NS4G since the sdk ports back in october, and I'll never go back to gb. the whole gui just feels so much smoother and more intelligently laid out. Buttons are in more natural locations for my smaller hands, and the whole gui is just much snappier. Even all the custom kernels perform far better than they did with gb it's definitely something to look forward to. I've been watching to see when it's gonna come for evo 4g so I can update my sister's phone for her.
If that's the case then i got that update over a week ago.
What is your Software number and Build number?
Last weekend, I went through the update process for the four social apps on my wife's phone but I seem to recall refusing the upgrade on my phone a couple of weeks ago since I don't use social apps. I'll compare our two phones tonight but just wondering about your build number. Thanks.
I'm pretty sure the one before included a peep update and something to destroy my battery life. It appears this one is going to fix it, now if I could just somehow make my phone see it. Need like a manual, manual update, lol
I don't know about anyone else but this update seems to have brought a bit more than what was let known. Not as far as widgets or any new features, no nothing like that. (except deleting CarrierIQ...has this been officially confirmed? And would this deletion bring about any performance enhancement (ie. less resource hogging/updating etc))
What it seems to have brought is a smoother operating experience. I had noticed for a while now that my Evo 3D seemed to move rather sluggishly, while not astronomically slower but noticeably, and since I monitor closely what apps, services, updates whathaveyou occur on it, I'm pretty sure it wasn't any of that, at least to the the best of my knowledge. But since this update, screens move faster & smoother and without the hesitation that had seemed to plague it before, with or without other apps running. Also apps open faster, if even a little bit but it's noticeable, and even graphically annotated playback seems to move along a bit zippier. And as a bonus, it seems websites attempt to load a little faster, again not super crazy lightning quick (as we might like) but noticeably.
Keep in mind my Evo 3D is not rooted, completely stock with a user who is almost hyper sensitive to any sudden change in speed or functionality.
I have noticed the phone running a little faster. I ran Quadrant and I am seeing a bump from my normal mid 1900's to 2075 on first pass. I'm stock with several widgets and email accounts syncing.
It's definitely an improvement. Let's see how the the battery life goes. Once I have full charge, I'll take it off and run normally. I'll post results later. My normal battery life is 8-10 hours...depending on usage.
***Update 0839 CST*** Phone said I had app updates, and when I went to install them, the new market appeared. Looks nice!
Just updated and I can't connect to any of my favorite forums with taptalk,, had to use my tablet for this post, also my tip calculator widget is gone. I used that all the time. On the plus side phone appears to be faster and smoother. As far as the new market goes I installed that a while ago myself. Edit: uninstalled and reinstalled taptalk and it is working on my 3D again.