“If you don't succeed at first, try and try again” is the kind of saying most people often live by when it comes to pursuing a goal, and it seems that even a huge telecommunications operator like Sprint is no exception to the rule. In just nine days after the company pulled its faulty Android 2.3.4 update for Kyocera's dual-screen Echo smartphone, Sprint has resumed rolling out the update after working with Kyocera to address the issue. And guess what? It actually works this time.

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