30
Jun
If You Don’t Know What To Do With Your Bricked EVO 4G, Take It To A Sprint Corporate Store

HTC and Sprint are working together to accommodate EVO 4G owners whose phones were bricked after this week’s initial update. Without adding very much detail, HTC stated that Sprint Corporate stores can be of service. You can find the closest store using this tool.

If You Don’t Know What To Do With Your Bricked EVO 4G, Take It To A Sprint Corporate Store

If you have already updated successfully and your phone boots up fine, you don't have to do anything. If you haven't applied the OTA update yet, you can now safely do so, as the bricking issue has been fixed.

If, however, the initial update made your phone go blank or get stuck in a boot loop, it's time to head over to your local Sprint store.

Now let's hope that next time Sprint sends us an update, it won't cripple our lives by striking where it hurts the most: our precious Androids.

Source: Android Central

  • CaptainAhmazing

    This post is misleading. A bricked EVO (like mine) cannot be revived. Sprint Stores cant do it. I've already been there twice. If it wont power on IT IS DEAD. Dead is dead.

    This garbage about "reviving" it is not true. Sprint Stores will just replace it (which they CANT right now because they dont have any in stock.)

    I'm still without a phone.

  • Randy

    Did Dell ship their management team over to Sprint and HTC? Stores have been out of Evo's for awhile so they couldn't be selling that great and there are no replacements for those of us with bricked phones.

  • droidneWbie

    has the new update interfered with simple root installations?