[Update] [Video] Jelly Bean rolling out to Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE Stormy Beach 13 December, 2012 4 Comments This week is looking pretty sweet for a few various devices around the U.S. Sprint has just begun rolling out the much desired Jelly Bean update for the HTC EVO 4G LTE. No hanky panky required as it should pop up as a simple notification and OTA download. The update will pull in Android 4.1.1 and all the awesomeness you have been waiting for and a bit more. Jelly Bean Upgrade HTC EVO 4G LTE customers will be able to upgrade to Sense 4+ with Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1.) via manual download starting today. It will be pushed to customers through the next several weeks as an over-the-air update. HTC Sense 4+ provides improved camera capabilities, including Auto Portrait, Sightseeing Mode and the ability to display photos and video albums according to when and where they were taken. Sense 4+ also introduces a new Tap and Go function that allows customers to connect the phone to select Beats Audio speakers when ‘tapped’ together. Android Jelly Bean is the fastest and smoothest version of Android to date and includes Google Now. But wait, there is more – HTC EVO 4G LTE Software Update – 3.15.651.16 Enhancements/Fixes: – WiFi Authentication Improvement – Personalized ringtones – Calendar event description hyperlinks and calendar reminder improvements – Addition of Sprint Connections Optimizer – Upgrade to Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense 4+ – Improved Browser performance – Face Unlock Improvement – Application Improvements to YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Maps, and more – Improved Camera including Auto Portrait and Sightseeing Mode capabilities – Improved Gallery with ability to display photos and video albums according to when or where taken – Tap and Go function to connect the phone to select Beats Audio speakers – HTC Get Started support to allow device set up from a computer Sounds like it should be a good weekend for EVO 4G LTE owners. Head into your device settings to see if you can prompt for the update, assuming you haven’t already received it. It is pretty large, coming in at 396.78MB’s. Wi-Fi is needed for an over the air download. Via Sprint 1 & Sprint 2 BOb Pavese I have never been so unhappy with an update , no voice to text ! lousy battery life, lousy voicemail interface, forget the gallery stan gurule There is voice to text. It’s a lot better stan gurule There is voice to text. It’s a lot better. The update is awesome http://bestnewphone.info/ bestnewphone.info Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this article plus the rest of the site is also really good.