Following the firmware update that AT&T’s HTC One X received earlier in the month that cleans up the three-dot menu bar on the bottom of the screen, a similar update is now coming to the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint. The system enhancement update, as Sprint calls it, is 171.81MB in size, and it finally deals with the menu problem that has been plaguing the phone.

If the bottom menu bar that takes up the precious screen real estate on your HTC EVO 4G LTE has annoyed you to no end, the OTA update is the perfect remedy. The new firmware has a built-in remapping option where you can reassign the recent apps button to the menu button, thus removing the black menu bar in the process, should you choose to do so.

Along with the menu bar fix, firmware 2.13.651.1 also brings the latest Sense 4.1 to the phone, which helps improve the overall performance of the phone, as well as providing a fix for the multitasking woe on the HTC EVO 4G LTE.

Seeing that Sprint has only begun pushing the new software out yesterday, it may take a while for the OTA update to reach everyone. We certainly don’t mind you letting us know whether the notification has popped up on your HTC EVO 4G LTE or not.

Bams Sadewo
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