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Apr
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We've been talking an awful lot about the Motorola Atrix 4G's HSUPA update lately, but don't think that we've forgotten that the HTC Inspire 4G suffers from the same problem. I guess HTC hasn't forgotten either, because the OTA update that fixes this very issue is now live.

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The update includes a couple of other fixes as well, mainly where email is concerned. After the update, email setup should be much easier, and Hotmail, Live, and MSN email should auto-configure.

You can can see if this update is available on your device in the Settings>About Phone menu. Once you've got it, run a couple of speed tests and let us know how it goes.

Source: HTC via Android Central

Cameron Summerson
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  • Krystal

    To check for the update you're supposed to go to the AT&T Software Update icon which is actually directly above the About Phone icon. In case anyone was wondering and to save you a trip to htc.com.. ^^

  • vertical

    Updated today. HSUPA speeds are SLOWER. Before update was maxing downloads at about 1.7Mbps and uploads capped at 300kbps, but now can't get above 200Kbps up. Downloads seem to have slowed as well - now maxing at 1.2Mbps, but frequently no even above 700Kbps. What's up AT&T?