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  1. Lord Vader's Avatar
    Is the rooted version of this software update available yet?
    01-15-2011 09:10 PM
  2. OrangeGTP's Avatar
    Is the rooted version of this software update available yet?
    has been for a month. [ROM] RUU SuperSonic EvO 3.70.651.1 OTA - Stock - Sense - Deodexed & Odexed Version - xda-developers
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    01-15-2011 09:13 PM
  3. Lord Vader's Avatar
    OK, thanks. BTW, does that ROM support 4G? Also, as someone relatively new to Android (got my EVO in October), if I go with that ROM and later opt for another one, am I correct in assuming such other one might not be supportive of the new software version?
    01-15-2011 09:17 PM
  4. OrangeGTP's Avatar
    OK, thanks. BTW, does that ROM support 4G? Also, as someone relatively new to Android (got my EVO in October), if I go with that ROM and later opt for another one, am I correct in assuming such other one might not be supportive of the new software version?
    yes it does...its just nothing more than the stock rom with the latest updates. all of the "big named" roms out there have already been updated to the latest updates....the devs are freaky fast on updating their roms to the latest! there will be no worries as far as updates go.

    if your wanting the stock feel with some tweaks...i might recommend the sprint lovers rom for starting out. [ROM] 01/10/11 | SPRINT LOVERS | 2.2 | 3.70.651.1 | Radio/Wimax/PRI All-In-One - xda-developers
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    01-15-2011 09:33 PM
  5. Lord Vader's Avatar
    OK, thanks. BTW, a question if you don't mind...

    I understand all the backing up and stuff needed to be done, but the one place where I seem to be confused is having to nandroid first. Is there a specific way to go about this? A specific program for this? I ask only because I think I'm having a mental block with respect to how to nandroid it first.
    01-15-2011 10:26 PM
  6. OrangeGTP's Avatar
    OK, thanks. BTW, a question if you don't mind...

    I understand all the backing up and stuff needed to be done, but the one place where I seem to be confused is having to nandroid first. Is there a specific way to go about this? A specific program for this? I ask only because I think I'm having a mental block with respect to how to nandroid it first.
    power off the phone....hold down vol down + power and you will boot into recovery and i know in amon ra (im not familiar with clockwork) that you goto backup/restore, then the option nand backup...and it will take some time and your all set to flash...just wipe your dalvik-cache and cache before flashing and since its a different rom id recommend wiping the data too so your sure there will be no issues in flashing.
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    01-16-2011 08:57 AM
  7. Lord Vader's Avatar
    I've got clockwork but I think I'm going to use Amon Ra. I've heard nothing but good things about it.
    01-16-2011 10:54 AM
  8. Lord Vader's Avatar
    Which reminds me--where can I find Amon Ra? I think I just keep seeing the recovery image and not the program itself.
    01-16-2011 11:20 AM
  9. OrangeGTP's Avatar
    Which reminds me--where can I find Amon Ra? I think I just keep seeing the recovery image and not the program itself.
    thats all amon ra is is a recovery..not an actual program. ya ive always heard good things about amon ra..thats why ive never bothered with clockwork.
    can be found here: [Recovery] [07-Jan-2011] RA-supersonic-v2.2.1 - xda-developers
    01-16-2011 11:39 AM
  10. Lord Vader's Avatar
    Ok, thanks.
    01-16-2011 12:15 PM
  11. msan1285's Avatar
    There are some apps with this update I don't want. How do I get rid of them? I don't have the standard options of deleting/uninstalling. If I try to download them to uninstall, I get a message that I don't have enough memory.
    01-16-2011 04:03 PM
  12. OrangeGTP's Avatar
    There are some apps with this update I don't want. How do I get rid of them? I don't have the standard options of deleting/uninstalling. If I try to download them to uninstall, I get a message that I don't have enough memory.
    are you rooted? you have to be rooted to remove the stock apps....if your not rooted...i suggest reading this thread to accomplish what you want to do...http://forum.androidcentral.com/htc-...rid-bloat.html
    01-16-2011 04:06 PM
  13. mrluchi's Avatar
    I tried this and it does not work need help please
    01-29-2011 05:10 PM
  14. sole_elite_xx3's Avatar
    im running 3.30.651.3 on the evo i just got. how do i get 3.70.651.1 manually? this good? http://fotadl.htc.com/OTA_supersonic...vtv9q86pp0.zip

    please help! ={
    02-12-2011 09:37 PM
  15. star444's Avatar
    im running 3.30.651.3 on the evo i just got. how do i get 3.70.651.1 manually? this good? http://fotadl.htc.com/OTA_supersonic...vtv9q86pp0.zip

    please help! ={
    On your phone:

    Menu > Settings > System Updates > Firmware Update

    It will search to find any updates, then give you the opportunity to download and install any updates.
    02-12-2011 10:11 PM
  16. tommctech's Avatar
    Just got an EVO this week with same firmware version. When I check for updates, there are none available.
    02-13-2011 11:33 AM
  17. Lord Vader's Avatar
    I believe the latest version is no longer available. A reliable source within Sprint told me a week or two ago that that version was "pulled due to some issues." (His words, not mine.)

    Just repeating what he said.
    02-13-2011 11:39 AM
  18. deadeye99's Avatar
    IT's ins HTC software updates not firmware update.
    02-14-2011 10:30 AM
  19. FatalErrorz's Avatar
    true dat...Sprint would have exactly nothing to do with it...
    02-14-2011 11:51 AM
  20. splmonster's Avatar
    I believe the latest version is no longer available. A reliable source within Sprint told me a week or two ago that that version was "pulled due to some issues." (His words, not mine.)

    Just repeating what he said.
    No it didn't get pulled, just updated a Evo that had been sitting for a few months. Once I turned it on, it prompted me to update the device to this version. So that source was incorrect.
    02-14-2011 04:42 PM
  21. Lord Vader's Avatar
    true dat...Sprint would have exactly nothing to do with it...
    If you think carriers have nothing to do with the software updates on their phones, you're quite naive.
    02-14-2011 09:33 PM
  22. splmonster's Avatar
    If you think carriers have nothing to do with the software updates on their phones, you're quite naive.
    Carriers put on their bloat, and also approve everything. One thing I have noticed though is Sprint is much faster then other carriers at getting updates out. They seem to be much easier on approval.
    02-15-2011 02:14 AM
  23. WeGlobal's Avatar
    Just got my Evo last Monday with 3.30.651.3. Received a message for an OTA today.


    Unrooted.

    Quickly pressed CANCEL based on some of the responses to this thread.
    02-18-2011 06:53 PM
  24. splmonster's Avatar
    Just got my Evo last Monday with 3.30.651.3. Received a message for an OTA today.


    Unrooted.

    Quickly pressed CANCEL based on some of the responses to this thread.
    No matter what some are saying, the update is very good and fixes some things. You should download it... Trust me won't hurt your device, especially if it is brand new. Go ahead
    02-18-2011 07:17 PM
  25. Lord Vader's Avatar
    What does it fix?
    02-18-2011 08:11 PM
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