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Default [Wanted] Sprint OTA Security Fix for HTC Devices

So Sprint has announced that it will be pushing OTA patches to fix the HTC 'security leak' to all the HTC phones it carries (this includes the EVO 3D)

Now clearly as dev's we all know which of these apk's were the collectors and where that data was stored.

But i'd like a copy of an unmodified update.zip that comes ota for you sprint users so as to fix the issue for non sprint/non evo3d users.

(just in case there was something we missed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=3947; or the data is now being encrypted, etc...)

So please, if anyone gets it, please share
 
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So Sprint has announced that it will be pushing OTA patches to fix the HTC 'security leak' to all the HTC phones it carries (this includes the EVO 3D)

Now clearly as dev's we all know which of these apk's were the collectors and where that data was stored.

But i'd like a copy of an unmodified update.zip that comes ota for you sprint users so as to fix the issue for non sprint/non evo3d users.

(just in case there was something we missed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=3947; or the data is now being encrypted, etc...)

So please, if anyone gets it, please share
check this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1318894
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awsome. thanks



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If you use Eternity, Virus has already merged those fixes in.
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please chime into that other thread if you look into it and see that the data is in fact being encrypted now.
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