It seems there’s another path for those who are looking to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich on the HTC EVO 3D early. BriefMobile have leaked a new RUU file for the device. These tend to be a lot safer than IMG files, but keep in mind that this update is still possibly unfinished. Early word is that this could eventually be a final update. We won’t know until we know, so if you’re aware of the risks associated with using this file be sure to find the download link here. It’s a .exe file and it will take you through everything you need to do, step-by-step.
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