Here is a list of what the author says are bugs in Jelly Bean on the EVO LTE.
"most of the issues have been Sprint’s."
"There are rumors coming up from the stores than an update is coming soon to fix many of the bugs, but as far as I know there’s no official timeframe on that and that leaves many non-root users out for weeks with buggy equipment"
Do you have to reboot your s3 when switching network connecions through the menu? My friend that has an S3 is required to reboot when he switches to CDMA through the settings menu. I do not have to reboot with the EVO LTE.
Updated to JellyBean, but now FoxFi doesn't seem to work. When I start it, the "Sprint Hotspot" automatically starts. I'm afraid if I use that, I'll get charged by Sprint. Anyone have luck using FoxFi with the update?
I got this email from Sprint:
You’re just a few steps away from a better network experience with Sprint and T-Mobile. Improve your coverage now by reconnecting your Sprint Magic Box to your home internet.
My MB Gold is currently on Wi-Fi working just fine, so wondering if this a general spam sent to all owners, or does this process to re-select Wi-Fi force it update its config in some way.
This week I switched from a Sprint 4G phone to a T-Mobile 5G.
Connectivity is significantly better, specifically when I am deep inside my apartment building or in an elevator down to the underground garage.