“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.
Sprint resumes rollout of Gingerbread update for Kyocera Echo