After updating the Evo 3D to remove Carrier IQ software, Sprint has begun pushing out updates for a few more Android phones to strip the customer tracking software. The HTC Evo 4G, HTC Evo Design 4G, and Samsung Epic 4GG are all getting updates beginning today, and all three also are getting various bugfixes as well. The Evo 4G and Evo Design 4G should see improved battery life, and updated Peep client for Twitter, while the Epic 4G should have a speaker feedback fix along with a little more space in ROM as Sprint will no longer preload Qik or Asphalt 5.

The updates will be rolled out gradually over the next two weeks or so, but customers with either HTC phone should be able to manually initiate an update right away. If your Sprint phone still has Carrier IQ software installed, you can at least take heart in knowing that Sprint isn't using it anymore, though we suspect that the insecure logs that started this whole saga could still keep you up at night.