Remember back when the HTC EVO 4G first came out and everyone was heading straight for the hills due to possible security flaws (or security benefits, if you’re on the other side of the boat)? The fact that the device was rooted just a couple of days after Google gave it out to 5,000 developers at IO was the first major hint that something wasn’t right, as well as the revelation of a root-only app working for non-rooted EVO 4Gs.
That app would be ShootMe, and it’s been tested against yesterday’s OTA update that Sprint pushed out to their users. It’s reportedly no longer working after applying the new firmware version, so it’s possible Sprint plugged up more of those potential security holes that had everyone afraid.
Fuente: Android Phone Fans