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ive been hearing rumors and diffrent fourms that people are saying that they have released it last week and it should be having an OTA update within the next 2 weeks or so i was just wondering if anyone knew about that or had more information about it if so please let me know.

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I'm interested in this myself. I have not heard anything regarding the update other then the fact that HTC confirmed it. Considering the EVO V was launched on Virgin with Android 4.0 just recently, I would suspect that it wont be too much longer for the EVO 3D.

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Darn well thanks for the responce tho hopefully its does and I heard that to idk y they would put it on virgin then people that have had the phone alreadybut o well Looking forward to it when it comes :)

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Darn well thanks for the responce tho hopefully its does and I heard that to idk y they would put it on virgin then people that have had the phone alreadybut o well Looking forward to it when it comes :)

 

At one point it was scheduled for a possible June release. I think July is more realistic.

 

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yeah i read that on HTC's website that it was coming out between June-July and there could be a 45 day wait from the date its sent out i was just hoping it was in June instead.. but Julys around the corner so if its true itll work for me

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meh, there are some fully functional ICS ROMS out there for the 3D based of the Virgin ICS package...I'm running MeanICS 2.4 right now and it's great.

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meh, there are some fully functional ICS ROMS out there for the 3D based of the Virgin ICS package...I'm running MeanICS 2.4 right now and it's great.

 

Ditto. Mikey is the man! He's moved on to the Evo LTE now though. He has said that he'll still develop for the 3D though. We shall see...

 

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Ditto. Mikey is the man! He's moved on to the Evo LTE now though. He has said that he'll still develop for the 3D though. We shall see...

 

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There were devs for the Evo Shift that were still developing many months after they got rid of their Shift's. So it's possible that Mikey could continue with the 3D for a good while.

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i'm guessing with the popularity of his 3D Roms for GB and ICS that he'll continue to support them and the user community is also outstanding. Personally, I'm happy with the latest version so the only thing I can think of is he'll make at least one more run when ICS officially hits Sprint before shifting all his focus to the LTE.

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