Netflix has been slowly making its way to more and more Android handsets, but the recent update to Gingerbread for the HTC EVO 4G knocked the Sprint handset from the list of supported devices. You may have noticed the problem if you had been using Netflix prior to the upgrade to Android 2.3, and if you have yet to install the app you will no longer find it in the Android Market when searching from your EVO. The phone has been removed from the list of compatible devices.
Netflix has confirmed that the new Gingerbread software is indeed to blame, but promises a fix is in the works. There are no further details on when that update might become available, so choose the lesser of two evils: Netflix movie streaming or Gingerbread on the EVO 4G.
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