07-14-2012 03:01 PM
from Evo4G LTE on Tapatalk 207-10-2012 08:21 PM
Only 2 things I notice about the new one. The lights at the bottom that illuminate the 3 buttons are slightly off. Not a big deal. Also, my screen seems to be making a cracking sound as I type. We'll see how that goes.... I hope the latter isn't a bad sign.
Sent from my EVO using Android Central Forums07-10-2012 09:30 PM
- I might as well piggyback off Crimson. I picked up my new EVO LTE today after work. It was brand new, still sealed in the box, plastic on everything, not activated, plastic on screen, ECT. Just.getting it fully setup now. Once activated in the store, I hung around for 45 mins while I set it up. The first thing I tested out was the prior issue with the prox/light sensor. So far so good. I made several calls just.to test it out. I have not been able to duplicate the issue. Every test that my returned EVO LTE failed, this new one has passed. Just like Crimson, I have the same HW version 003.
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They couldn't get my data activated, so I had to go back to the store four hours later. The rep finally accessed the in-store WiFi and it activated. Just a tip to anyone having the same problem.
I forgot how long it takes to get everything set up. It's also worth it to get everything fixed.
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- 07-11-2012 02:17 PM
- Yup, I tested this on a few phone calls earlier and can confirm the proximity sensor is behaving properly since the update this morning for me. Was a real pain to deal with before that.
And that's with the HD screen protector on from Zagg installed by Best Buy on day one. Issue must have been software all along as a few were suggesting before.
Sent from my HTC EVO 4G LTE using Tapatalk 207-11-2012 04:25 PM
- I was having this problem as well, but it seems to have been fixed. I was getting ready to head back to best buy this morning, and tried it one last time. The screen now acts as it should, turning off when I cover the sensor and coming back on when I uncover it. It's even working in low light conditions. I'm thinking the update may have addressed a potential software issue. Has anyone else noticed this problem going away after the update?07-14-2012 03:01 PM
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