Getting tired of that damned voicemail icon showing up when you know full well that you don’t have one? And has Netflix been bugging you after the upgrade to Android 2.3? Get ready for an OTA update because Sprint and HTC are fixin’ to, well, fix that. June 20th is the supposed landing date for this much-desired update, so sit tight for five days and we’ll see if those issues can’t fix themselves right up. Good job, Sprint. Let us know if you folks do see this upgrade come next Monday, will ya? [Android Police]
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