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HTC Source | February 24, 2018

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Sprint releases software updates for HTC EVO 4G and HTC EVO Design 4G

Sprint releases software updates for HTC EVO 4G and HTC EVO Design 4G

Sprint has released software updates for both the HTC EVO 4G and the newer HTc EVO Design 4G. No, handset owners are not getting treated to Ice Cream Sandwich, but they will get a few system tweaks which include security updates, an updated Peep client and battery life improvements.

The OTA software updates will start popping up on the EVO 4G and Design 4G on January 24, but users can manually trigger the update as of January 19 by pressing Menu > Settings > System updates > HTC software update.

We’re not sure how big each update is, so let us know in the comments. We’d also love to hear hwo the update process goes and if you notice any significant system performance improvements after the installation. There’s still no work from HTC as to when/if these two devices will be updated to Android 4.0, but we won’t be surprised if the HTC EVO 4G finishes out its life on Gingerbread.

HTC EVO 4G Update

  • Build number: 4.67.651.3
  • Security Update
  • Updated Peep client ( to align with Twitter)
  • Battery life improvements

HTC EVO Design 4G Update

  • Build number: 2.12.651.5
  • Security Update
  • Updated Peep client (to align with Twitter)
  • Updated Sprint Zone client
  • Battery life improvements
  • 3LM Enterprise Tool Access (no user interface changes)

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.


  1. almus

    is there any news or updates on htc sensation xe? ive got update last jan 17 with version 1.77.702

  2. tj sykes

    HTC evo design from boost did update now have no hotspots error 128 and I am paying for hotspots this is bull