T-Mobile Begins Roll-Out of HTC Sensation 4G Update

If you are the owner of an HTC Sensation 4G then you may be pleased to know that T-Mobile has begun to roll-out a new update bringing the device to Android 2.3.4, and software version 1.50.531.1. The roll-out started yesterday, Dec. 7, and continues through Jan. 15. Quite a widespread time-frame given the fact the update is random and you don’t really know when to expect it to hit. I guess you should just keep checking your notification bar for a software upgrade message. If you are antsy like me, you can manually check to see if the update is available by pressing Menu–> Settings–> About Phone–> System Updates. If your device is ready for the update you will see a download option and you should definitely press ‘yes’. The features and improvements you can expect are as follows:

New Features

  • Software stability
  • Improved battery life

Improvements

  • Improvements to Trace dictionary
  • Screen  unresponsiveness resolved
  • Device taking screen shots resolved
  • Lock screen shifted up resolved
  • Icon pixilation  resolved
  • Improved Wi-Fi  connection
  • Green lines on  photo resolved

Hit the source link below to see the full announcement from the T-Mobile Support Community.

[via T-Mobile Support]


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  • http://androidtidbits.com Guillermo Martinez

    Nice work HTC. I’ll be looking forward for an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update on the phone.