HTC Announces A ROM Update for The Inspire 4G To Enable HSUPA Available Now

HTC announced today on the HTC Inspire 4G support page that AT&T customers should expect a ROM update for their Inspire 4G devices. This comes in time to the frustrated Inspire users who have been asking both HTC and AT&T about an update which allow them to enable HSUPA on their phone for better data speeds. It looks like the FCC approved their request a month ago to upgrade the Inspire 4G’s software.

HTC says that this is a maintenance release which target bugs related to Hotmail, Live,MSN email and increase potential data speeds which points at enabling HSUPA.

To check for the update, you have to do the following:

Home>Menu>Settings> AT&T Software Update> HTC Wi-Fi software update

Or you can go directly to AT&T and follow their steps by using this link

via HTC

Let us know how it works out for you!

Update: Inspire 4G Users are reporting that the update is available

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